The risk of coronavirus at the pool isn’t from the water, it’s from the people.
The less people at the pool, the less risk of virus. Consider going at a less popular time.
The virus can survive on surfaces, so pool staff should be cleaning surfaces often -- gates, chairs, etc. Always wash your hands, even at the pool.
Stick to social distancing, too. Try to keep 6 feet between you and others. If you can, wear a mask when you’re not in the water.
At the playground, less is more. Try to time your visits for when there are less kids. Most cities are not cleaning playground structures because it’s just not practical.
Sunlight will kill the virus on playground surfaces, but take along hand sanitizer, too. Keep the kids from touching their faces, eyes or mouths.
Wear a mask if there are other people at the playground.