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Authorities have cut off electricity and water to a Massachusetts gym that refused to close despite multiple orders, local media reports.
Prime Fitness and Nutrition in Oxford has received thousands of dollars in fines but continued to defy local lockdown rules in place since May 18.
Although the gym took some measures to adapt to the pandemic, owner David Blondin told users not to use face masks.
Blondin is now calling on customers to join a Saturday protest at which suggested signs include “Gym lives matter,” “mental health matters” and “Black Lives Matter.”
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Water and power has been shut off at a Massachusetts gym after its owner refused state shutdown orders for almost five weeks, The Boston Globe reported.
Prime Fitness and Nutrition in Oxford, Worcester County, continued operating despite a May 18 shutdown order and thousands of dollars in fines, the Globe reported. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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