County Executive McMahon to Allow Indoor Group Fitness Classes to Resume in Onondaga County

Gyms can resume indoor classes per state guidance

Syracuse, N.Y. – Onondaga County Executive Ryan McMahon announced that Onondaga County will allow for gyms to resume indoor fitness classes beginning Monday. They must adhere to New York State guidance and will be inspected within two weeks to ensure compliance.

J. Ryan McMahon II

County Executive McMahon said, “Gyms, including indoor classes, are not only important for our physical health, but our mental health as well. I am happy to announce that Onondaga County will allow indoor classes to resume next week.” McMahon continued, “Our community has demonstrated over and over again that we can reopen safely and responsibly. Even with most parts of our economy back open, our infection rate has never been lower. I am confident that we will, once again, be a model for the rest of the state on how to resume indoor classes in safe and responsible manner.”

Onondaga County must inspect gyms within two weeks of their opening. County Executive McMahon has assured the community and local gym owners that this deadline will be met.