SOMERVILLE (CBS) – Somerville may move to a limited Phase 3 reopening – including gyms and indoor recreation facilities – as soon as Sept. 8

Mayor Joe Curtatone said that if data continues to trend in the right direction, a limited reopening for Phase 3 businesses with an approved health and safety plan would be possible. The city will make a decision and share detailed guidelines by Monday, Aug. 31. Activities that pose a high risk of coronavirus transmission will still not be allowed.

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Businesses included in Phase 3, which the city delayed despite the state’s reopening in July, include movie theaters, gyms and cultural centers.

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Phase 3 health and human services categories opened in Somerville according to statewide plans on July 6. Phase 3 grocery store capacity increases also went into effect with the state on July 17. Regulations currently in place for Somerville youth and adult league sports remain the same.

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The city’s indoor and outdoor gathering limits are more strict than state levels, with no more than 10 people allowed.