It is believed that an announcement on the calendar – which Boris Johnson announced will be released this week – could take place this evening.
Indoor pools and theaters could also be included in any announcement this week.
Nail bars, discos and tanning salons are also waiting for a reopening schedule.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said this morning, “We are very keen to make more progress in all the other areas that remain closed. We hope to be able to make progress in all of these areas very soon. ”
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Provided that gym operators take strict measures to prevent the spread of the deadly virus, No10 would be happy to let them resume their activities – many having frozen membership fees since March 23.
On Wednesday evening, the ministers would have put the final touches to the last stages of their roadmap to revive the economy, other sectors being envisaged for their reopening, notably swimming pools, beauty salons and casinos, reports the Daily Mail . .
Last week, the Prime Minister promised: “Next week we will establish a timetable for their reopening, although, of course, I can only lift these remaining national restrictions when it is safe. ”
Open-air gymnasiums were allowed to reopen from July 4, the same day, huge crowds descended on pubs across England – although the government has been warned that people intoxicated do not could be invoked from a social distance.
Meanwhile, Rishi Sunak announced on Wednesday a vast package of measures to help the country’s economic recovery.
And the chancellor has hinted that the gymnasiums could be operational by the time his coupon program is in place early next month.
Speaking in the Commons, he said, “Perhaps besides” eating out to help “, we can make progress in reopening our gymnasiums, so that we can manage this side of the house at the same time. ‘equation. ”
A Whitehall source said that the Mail’s gymnasiums “posed a special challenge” because they brought several people into confined spaces and shared equipment.
Although heavy exercise also means that people are “short of breath”, which is not ideal with a respiratory virus that is still hiding, they added.
In order for pubs and restaurants to reopen, operators had to accept major changes at the same time, including screens, distances and limited numbers.
And gyms will likely face similar restrictions before they can restart.