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Lamb: Some employees don’t live in Sun City

Posted 4/30/21

The Recreation Centers of Sun City Board of Directors is looking at reopening on May 17 to give those employees 55 and younger to get their shots.

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Lamb: Some employees don’t live in Sun City

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The Recreation Centers of Sun City Board of Directors is looking at reopening on May 17 to give those employees 55 and younger to get their shots.

The problem with that is that some employees do not live in Sun City. So when they leave from work and stop by a bar, clubs on weekend, sporting event, bowling alley or any other event, they have no restriction on them (no mask or six-foot distance). So there is still restriction on us as cardholders.

How is that fair to keep us in lockdown and limit use of the facilities? We should open all facilities to us prior to lockdown. If individuals want to wear masks they are welcome to do so.

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