BY NESTOR CUARTERO
JUST A THOUGHT: “Nobody cares if you can’t dance well. Just get up and dance.” – Dave Barry
STEPPING OUT: After having been confined (imprisoned) to our homes for over 100 days, stepping out of the house seems like a luxury.
While we have not yet fully reclaimed our former lifestyles, it’s good to know that some places have resumed operations. Malls have reopened, although only a few bother to check them out for fear of contracting COVID-19.
I am myself wary about dining in restaurants, although many have expanded their operation aside from take-out food only.
Rizal Park is open again, though only for a few hours, from 5 to 9 a.m. only. The park, with its open spaces, is a favorite among joggers, the exercising set.
It’s the perfect spot to experience the outside world with greens all around.
CCP GROUNDS: Comes now an announcement by the Cultural Center of the Philippines, welcoming back visitors to its outdoor spaces.
The CCP grounds are once again open for jogging, exercising and other physical wellness activities.
Visitors are requested to practice social distancing, wear face masks and face shields for their own protection as well as everyone’s.
The use of the CCP Front Lawn will be limited to only 30 people at a time while the CCP Ramp will be closed.
For many years, the CCP Complex has provided visitors with the freedom and enjoyment the outdoors have to offer.
On a seasonal basis, the CCP continues to present outdoor art installations, cultural programs, etc.
The CCP Complex, although not officially a park, has always been a place for people to play and spend time with family.
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