The number of visitors
will be significantly limited in swimming pools- for each person should
be at least 6 square
meters of area, laboratory inspection should
be performed in every 10 days, the pool and
shower water should be constantly changed, as for deck chairs, a social distance
of 2 meters must be observed.
The pools will be allowed to
start working after being checked by the Ministry of Health.
According to Rusiko Jikia, a
representative of Gino Paradise, the largest wellness center in Georgia, the new
regulations will decrease the number of visitors and increase costs that will lead
to services price hikes by 15%.
liquids, disinfecting devices require additional financial and labor resources.
For this reason, we’ll have to increase prices despite the total area of the
complex is 9 hectares, the internal area is 12,000 hectares and it will be problematic
for us to keep social distancing. While for other smaller pools it will be very
difficult to fulfill this condition, ”she explains.
The Olympic swimming complex also talks about possible price increases for services.
“Restrictions will definitely decrease the number of visitors, while costs
will increase and we’ll be forced to
increase prices,” they say.
Other swimming pools, on the contrary, expect an increase
in demand, which can be regulated by the distribution of visitors by hours, but
do not deny they will have to limit the number of visitors that will make price
increases inevitable but not radical.