With California Gov. Gavin Newsom announcing the lift of the state’s regional stay-at-home order across all counties on Jan. 25, tennis play in Beverly Hills is now open to pairings beyond individuals living in the same household.
This recent update comes as a result of a four-week projection by the California Department of Public Health that indicates intensive care unit capacity will be above the minimum threshold of 15% required for counties to exit the order.
La Cienega Tennis Center and Roxbury Tennis Courts will return to regular tennis play and operating hours, while continuing to follow safety protocols.
Face coverings must be worn upon check-in and while walking through the facility to designated court. While face coverings are not required during play, a face covering must be worn at all other times.
Tennis players must also practice social distancing, stay home if they are not feeling well – even the least bit – and wash their hands frequently.
For information, visit beverlyhills.org/tennis. To make reservations, visit beverlyhills.org/bhrec, or call La Cienega Tennis at (310)285-6825 and Roxbury Tennis Courts at (310)285-6829.
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