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UPDATE: May 14, 2021: Yesterday the CDC announced and the PA Department of Health agreed that individuals fully vaccinated for COVID 19 no longer need to wear a mask indoors or outdoors. Anyone that has not yet been vaccinated is still required to wear a mask.
Starting today!
We will allow fully vaccinated members to not wear a mask if they choose. Those that have not yet received the vaccine will still be required to wear their masks in our YMCAs.
Please note that fully vaccinated is defined as 2 weeks after receiving the second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine or 2 weeks after receiving the single dose Johnson and Johnson vaccine.
Thank you all very much for your patience and working with our staff to ensure a safe environment for all.

Reminder! Masks must be worn at all times in the YMCA facility based on the 11/17/20 State Mandate.  
Please help keep everyone safe and wear your mask.

Continue to follow these RESTRICTIONS and procedures for our facilities

  • Members must maintain a minimum of 6 feet distance.
  • Members must sign a release waiver.
  • All staff will have their temperature checked upon entering the facility.
  • Staff will be wearing masks. Gloves may be required for certain job duties or tasks.
  • All branches use electrostatic sprayer to clean our facilities daily.
  • Masks are required for all members . Please help ensure the safety of our staff and other members.
  • The maximum number of people in any area will be limited to 50% of room capacity.
  • Time may be limited on all cardio equipment.
  • Only every other cardio equipment will be used or spaced 6ft apart.
  • Members must disinfect equipment before and after use.
  • Members should wash hands before and after working out with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Or use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available.
  • Locker rooms and showers will be open, maintain social distancing.
  • Coffee will not be available.

No Nationwide members will be permitted.  


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