CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Planet Health has informed its members in West Virginia that it’s going to not be reopening its amenities Monday although Gov. Jim Justice has introduced gyms and health facilities can.
In a Friday night e mail to its members, Planet Health mentioned it’s taking extra time.
“As chances are you’ll know, native officers lately introduced that sure companies, together with gyms, might reopen within the coming days. Whereas we look ahead to reopening and welcoming you again into the membership quickly, after cautious consideration, we now have determined to stay closed as we proceed to judge native pointers and restrictions,” the e-mail mentioned. “We’re working arduous to get able to welcome you again and offer you the clear, secure and judgment free exercise expertise you’re keen on.”
The e-mail went on to say the corporate doesn’t have a selected reopening date.
There are 10 Planet Health areas in West Virginia together with amenities in Cross Lanes, Barboursville, Beckley, Parkersburg, Bluefield, Bridgeport, Morgantown, Martinsburg, Moundsville and Fairmont.
Planet Health closed its areas on March 17.