LRC sports activities resume from 7 June | Instant News

LAHORE: Lahore Race Club (LRC) will restart its sports activities once a week starting June 7 but with strict precautions determined by the LRC authorities to fight the spread of the corona virus.

LRC Chairman Makhdum Syed Ahmed Mahmud told ‘The News’ that this was a testing time for the club after the Pakistan Pakistan 2020, but after the proper steps there was no single corona case at the club. He further stated that the activities would continue with the Eid Cup. “We are going through difficult times and testing after the Pakistan Derby, 2020 our sporting activities are stopped. “Our stringent steps have yielded extraordinary results because there is not a single case of the Corona virus within our four walls,” he said, adding that now is the time to move forward and follow some other countries examples for the resumption of sports activities once a week but with strict precautions and conditions.

“Following the example of the United Kingdom we have decided to reduce our strategy, we have decided to resume our normal operations once a week on every Sunday with the following conditions: –

‘No one over the age of seventy (70) years except Stewards will be allowed into the Lahore Racing Club. No one without gloves will be allowed. No person without a face mask will be allowed. Everyone who enters the Club premises will be tested for body temperature. And the social distance of two meters will be strictly enforced by following the mark on the ground. ‘

“Steps taken with the flow of information to the general public enable us to hold the Eid Al-Fitr Cup ‘on Sunday 7 June 2020 from 07:30 at night. then, “said Mahmud. Previously, Shahzad Akhtar informed that they were working with a standard operating system (SOP) as determined by the Punjab government and after their permission, the activities would continue after Eid Al-Insya Allah.

Another official from the LRC informed that it was most likely that the race would take place on the last day of the month that was taking place on Sunday, May 31, but without spectators and bookies, only to get back on track to resume activities properly starting on June 7.


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