Allow all dance studios to open with covid safety precautions in place

To consider the safety precautions being taken in dance studios in comparison to other places where there is a much higher quantity of people and to consider whether this 4-week lockdown is really necessary for places like this where covid safety is actually at its best. We are safer than schools.

6,058 Signatures

Status: Open
Opened: 6 Nov 2020, 12:57 p.m.
Last 24 hours signatures : 2
Estimated Final Signatures: 9,179

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In dance studios & performing art centres, class numbers are strictly limited, one way systems are in place, hand sanitising is in place and so is social distance with the use of markings on the studio floor. With less students than a school by a large amount too, it is a controllable, safe environment to be in during covid.

For the sake of mental health, human expression and joy, let dance studios continue their great work for their communities.

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