Questions come with Delta’s plan to reopen recreational facilities


Re: Reopenings in works if cases don’t spike, July 23

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I read with interest the article on Delta's plan for reopening recreational facilities as we get into the next stages of COVID-19.

Three questions come to mind.

The first is for those of us who have paid passes. Will these be extended by the length of time we have not been able to use them? This seems to be the easiest and least expensive option, or will we be offered a refund which we can use when purchasing our new passes for 2021, which will probably be at a higher cost than the current one?

My second question is: Will current pass holders be given preference when booking programs or swimming lane times? We have already paid and will not be getting the benefit of any admission reductions.

Lastly, as the facilities will only be open to Delta residents, what measures will be used to make sure that non-residents do not enter?

Richard Turner

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