SAN DIEGO (KGTV) – A San Diego County Public Health official said the Pacific Beach gym, which was ordered to close last week, is linked to an outbreak of COVID-19.
According to a document from the region, there was a gym, which was located on tel. 2949 Garnett Ave, July 23 closure for violating public health regulations.
County Public Health Officer Wilma Wooten said the district discovered an outbreak on Tuesday. Wooten could not offer any further details. Outbreaks in the Community are defined as three or more cases of coronaviruses associated with a single site.
A county order last week stated that “gym owners / operators have acknowledged that they are aware of public health regulations but will not comply with them voluntarily.”;
The document added: “Despite efforts to educate and enforce state and local laws in this area, the inability of a grammar school to function safely poses an immediate threat to health and safety and an immediate threat to health.”
The county says the gym may reopen when fitness activities are moved outside in accordance with state and local guidelines and a district health officer approves the reopening site.
According to an account from Instagram The Gym on Tuesday, the gym is preparing to build an outdoor gym.
This report comes with a positive result of 282 people on coronavirus Wednesday, bringing the total to 28,287. Five new deaths have also been reported, for a total of 552 deaths.