Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Hong Kong third wave: gyms, sports clubs, dance studios will be forced to close in three months without subsidies, fitness sector warns

  • The government provided fitness centres with a HK$100,000 one-off subsidy in April, but sector says that was not enough to cover losses
  • 97 per cent of employers call for an immediate boost to the subsidies to compensate for losses after the centres’ forced closure from July

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Goji Studios in Wan Chai. Fitness centres have been forced to close since mid-July because of the third wave of the coronavirus. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
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