Private pools cope with new guidelines during the coronavirus pandemic

Emily Schwank, InternWhile many public pools in Temecula, Murrietta, and Menifee remain closed, many private pools owned by the local homeowners associations have reopened and implemented new guidelines regarding pool use to assure the safety of their residents during the coronavirus pandemic.The Harveston Community Pool in Temecula officially reopened June 18 with new rules and regulations to ensure safe usage. It is open for 12 hours a day; residents must schedule a time to visit the pool and are only allocated two hours. They must fill out a “Liability Waiver and Release” form every time they want to visit, a concept common throughout many newly reopened pools. Residents are required to wear masks in the common areas, such as the lakehouse lobby or any time that safe distan
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