As soon as members enter the front door, they have their temperature taken and they sign a waiver.
Jellison said every member gets their own cleaning bottle and towel for equipment. Machinery is spaced out and cardio equipment has been rearranged. Also Jellison said he taped off machines that should not be used.
“I feel safer coming into his gym than I would a walk-in clinic right now,” said Kevin Hassan, a PA Fitness member.
The number of members allowed in at one time is limited and members are also limited to 90 minutes inside.
Jellison said he’s following guidelines from his insurance company and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. He said he’s not too concerned about someone getting the coronavirus inside the gym.
"If you have a compromised immune system, I would suggest you stay home and take care of yourself," Jellison said.
Jellison said several hundred people showed up to work-out Monday, showing there is a demand. He also said for now, he won’t listen to the state’s demands to close the facility.
“It’s against our constitutional rights. If anyone went out and read the Fourth th Amendment they’d understand,” Jellison said.