Rocky River residents can escape the heat, but they can’t escape the pandemic. New regulations require patrons to wear masks when they’re not in the water at Rocky River Pool, which has been open since June 8. Pool management has also made changes for employees, staggering work hours, requiring masks for lifeguards, like Luka Kishna, at all times except when on duty and hourly wipe downs of the pool’s handrails. On average, the pool has seen about 70 residents use the facilities every day, according to Aquatics Supervisor Michelle Eibel. Julia Finely-Mosca visits the Rocky River pool regularly to escape the heat. On her visit last week, the heat index was around 100 degrees.

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