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Pitzer: Cases keep rising, what is problem?

Posted 2/24/21

The recreation centers in Sun City West ave been closed for weeks. Yet the COVID cases increase.

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Pitzer: Cases keep rising, what is problem?

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The recreation centers in Sun City West ave been closed for weeks. Yet the COVID cases increase.

Doesn’t it make sense that the rec centers are not the problem? How is a few people in the indoor pool, or 4-5 people in the fitness room more dangerous than Fry’s the first Wednesday of every month, or the lines of people waiting for a table at the Crooked Putter every Friday, or the 50 people who bowl, all at one time, every other Sunday at Johnson Lanes?

Open up the indoor pools and fitness centers. OHave residents make reservations to control the numbers.

Mary Pitzer

Sun City West

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