Free entry to swimming pool at age 67

Free entry to swimming pool at age 67

Currently, people who are determined disabled have free entry into all Reykjavik swimming pools. But when these same people turn 67 they are considered old age pensioners. The free entry into swimming pools does not start until age 70, so there is a period of 3 years during which disabled people have to pay full entry. This is completely unfair and does not make any sense.


This fee scale is very unfair to disabled people who remain disabled even though they are all of a sudden turned into old age pensioners at age 67. They still cannot work, and their income has not increased.

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