Pools reopening across North Carolina

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GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) –

Many pools are back up and running here in the East, following orders from Governor Cooper’s Phase 2 for reopening.

The Berkeley at Medford Point in Greenville is one of the many pools reopening to its residents.

Those choosing to visit the pools still must abide by a set of guidelines given.

Residents are asked to keep their distance, with no more that 25 people in the pool area at a time.

“They’ve definitely got the pool pretty chlorined up, so I’m not worried about it out here…the crowd is pretty thin. It’s good to be outside and enjoy a little normality,” said Jeremy Clark, a resident of the Berkeley.

The apartment complex is also encouraging people to not bring non-residents to the pool…giving those who do live in the complex a chance to take advantage of the facility.

Health experts still warn if you are visiting the pool, keep good sanitation and at least six feet between yourself and others.

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