Frequently Asked Questions Aqua Sports Reopening Guidelines

  • When do you anticipate reopening, and how will we be notified?

      • San Mateo County Health Authority approved swim schools for reopening in late May.
      • We resumed swim lessons the week of June 22nd
      • Families with students safe to swim under our current guidelines and conditions were contacted by our office

  • Will we have the same lesson day and time as it was before the March 17th closure?
      • Based on the Pool Safety Guidelines received from San Mateo County Health Services, we are required to limit the number of students and instructors in the pool at one time.
      • We will do our best to follow all existing schedules.
      • However, changes will be required for semi-private
        lessons with students from different households.
  • Is the office open for calls and emails – yes, Monday through Friday, 9:00 to 4:00
  • Will the pool and facility be safe for swimmers and families when swim lessons are back in session?
      • Yes, we must follow safety guidelines from San Mateo County Health Services to resume operations.
      • Protective bacterial and virous fighting protocols are in place throughout the facility.
      • Our pool water remains as safe as always. We will continue diligent monitoring throughout each day – which meets and exceed the health department requirements.
      • Additional safety protocols are posted at our pool facility.
      • Copper fixtures have been installed for added bacteria-fighting measures.

    Please see the article below to learn about more about Copper:

    https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/xgqkyw/copper-destroys-viruses-and-bacteria-why-isnt-it-everywhere?utm_source=pocket-newtab

    The germ-fighting effects of Copper, a forgotten element in some environments.
    Aqua Sports has used copper in our pool filter cartridges for many years!

    Photo credit: Vice.com

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