As activities slowly start returning during the coronavirus pandemic, two Kelowna facilities are about to reopen.
The H2O and Kelowna Family Y pools will be welcoming back people next week, albeit with limits.
For the Kelowna Family Y in Rutland, the limit will be 50 people, while the H2O on Gordon Drive will be limited to 66 people.
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Both facilities are operated by the YMCA of the Okanagan, and have been shut down during the pandemic.
Activities like open swim, lane swimming and aquafit are back on the schedule at both pools, starting Aug. 10.
There will be new guidelines as the two Kelowna pools reopen, including limiting swim time to one hour per visit.
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Visitors are also asked to limit their time in changerooms and that showering with soap and water before entering the pool is a must.
The pools are also asking visitors to shower at home after visiting.
Also, while the pools will be open, saunas and hot tubs will be closed.
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