Although the Canadian team still cannot accommodate fans, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker said on Tuesday that the recovery in the border area is accelerating, and clubs in his territory may play in a crowded arena in August.
At the same time, Baker said that as of May 10, local sports teams will be able to increase the capacity of their respective buildings from 12% to 25%. On that day, the Bears will host the New York Islanders in the final local duel of the regular season.
Other clubs in major North American leagues are gradually increasing their ability to participate in local competitions. This is the case with the Kansas City Royals, which will welcome 17,400 fans in May. The upper limit was set in April, when the upper limit was 10,000. At that time, 37,903 people could usually be seated in major baseball games.