WASHINGTON — The White House on Monday urged all older Americans to stay home and everyone to avoid crowds and eating out at restaurants as part of sweeping guidelines meant to combat an expected surge of coronavirus cases.
President Donald Trump and the coronavirus task force released the guidelines as the U.S. government moved to try to blunt the impact of the virus, racing to bolster testing and aid even as financial markets fell and Americans scrambled to reorder their lives.
Among the new recommendations: Over the next 15 days, Americans should not gather in groups of more than 10 people, schooling should be at home and discretionary travel and social visits should be avoided. If anyone in a household tests positive for the virus, everyone who lives there should stay home.
Fencing Institute of Texas is dedicated to ensuring the health and well-being of our fencers and fencer families. We are monitoring recommendations daily, and in direct contact with public health authorities and medical providers. We have reviewed recent medical recommendations and are implementing strict training schedules and club rules. We apologize for those who are negatively impacted by our decisions; however, our FIT family is our foremost concern.
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Whether you’re returning to fencing or brand new to the sport, Fencing Institute of Texas (FIT) has a program for you. From youth to senior, from recreational to über-competitive, FIT has something for everyone of every age. FIT is more than just a fencing club or sports club offering fencing instruction, it is a family and home away from home where everyone is welcome!
Our mission is to provide quality instruction in fencing and life skills that prepare our athletes to be effective contributors to their communities, schools and professional lives.
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Team members compete at local, Regional, National, International and Olympic/Paralympic tournaments.
Also called Wheelchair Fencing, this group is both recreational and competitive team fencers. You do not have to be restricted to a wheelchair to participate.
Day time programs for students enrolled in home school programs.
This group is dedicated to remembering historical fencing techniques from the Victorian age.
Summer Day Camps, Summer Competitive Camps, and Seminars may be found here.
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