The Sports Bureau (ID) has announced that local swimming pools will re-open from June 6 with limitations on the number of people allowed and reduced opening schedules.
This year’s bathing season officially began on May 1, however public swimming pools have remained closed due to the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The ID now announced that residents wanting to go to public swimming pools will be required to follow the guidelines implemented by local health authorities in public spaces to prevent new Covid-19 cases, with users required to use masks, present the online health survey code and undergo body temperature checks before entering the facilities.
‘The number of users’ allowed access and the opening hours of the pools were also adjusted due to the reinforcement of cleaning and disinfection work,’ the ID added.
Concerning other sports facilities such as football and basketball fields, the ID only stated that it is closely monitoring the development of the pandemic with their re-opening to also follow Health Bureau recommendations.
|Swimming Pools reopened to the public||Maximum capacity after adjustment||Readjusted opening schedule|
|Tamagnini Barbosa Sport Center||30 people||Monday to Sunday |
|Colégio D. Bosco Sport Center||30 people||Monday to Friday 18:00-21:00 Saturday 14:00-21:00 Sunday 07:00-12:00, 14:00-21:00|
|Estoril Swimming Pool||140 people||Monday 13:00-21:00 Tuesday to Sunday 07: 00-12:00, 14:00-21:00|
|Dr. Sun Iat Sen Swimming Pool||70 people||Monday 13:00-20:00 Tuesday to Sunday 07:00-12:00,14:00-20:00|
|Olympic Sport Centre Swimming Pool||160 people||Tuesday to Saturday 07:00-14:00 Sunday 07:00-12:00, 14:00-21:00|
|Carmo Swimming Pool||45 people||Monday to Sunday 07:00-12:00, 14:00-21:00|
|Taipa Central Park Swimming Pool||145 people||Monday 13:00-20:00 Tuesday to Sunday 07: 00-12:00, 14:00-20:00|
|Hác-Sá Swimming Pool||145 people||Monday 13:00-20:00 Tuesday to Sunday 07: 00-12:00, 14:00-20:00|
|Cheoc-Van Swimming Pool||100 people||Monday 13:00-20:00 Tuesday to Sunday 07: 00-12:00, 14:00-20:00|