The impact of COVID-19 is changing communities around the country by the minute, and more businesses are having to make the hard decision to close their doors to help stop the spread of the coronavirus. VASA Fitness has two gyms in Indiana that opened in 2019.
VASA Fitness announced the closure of all 45 of its clubs effective Tuesday, March 17, at noon to ensure the safety of all staff and members during the rapidly evolving COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic. Clubs will remain closed until further notice, and VASA will provide regular correspondence through e-mail, social media, website, and text messaging to keep members informed when new information as it’s available.
Since COVID-19’s first known arrival in the U.S., VASA Fitness has taken significant precautions by the Centers for Disease Control to keep its members and employees protected and has followed strict guidelines as the pandemic evolved.
“With the health and wellness of our community at the core of everything we do, we believe closing all VASA Fitness locations proactively is the right move,” said Rich Nelsen, Chief Executive Officer of VASA Fitness. “We made this tough decision based on guidance from medical experts and state and federal officials that have put in place measures for social distancing and group activities to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus. Together, we can make a big difference in helping our most vulnerable populations remain safe.”
If you are a member with questions or concerns, please contact VASA’s member loyalty team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 801-426-8644. You can reach out via VASA’s proprietary mobile app available for iOS and Android, where members can also freeze their membership at any time.