Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine mentioned on Monday that he anticipates the state’s baseball stadiums to have the ability to host 30 p.c of their capacities at video games this season.
CLEVELAND — At a press briefing on Monday, Ohio Governor Mike DeWine mentioned that he probably will not make an official announcement concerning what number of followers can be permitted to attend baseball video games this season till Thursday.
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He did, nevertheless, reveal that he anticipates that groups throughout the state — together with the Cleveland Indians — can be permitted to host 30 p.c of their stadium capacities once they begin their seasons this spring.
For the Indians, meaning they will probably be allowed to host roughly 10,500 followers at Progressive Area to begin the 2021 season. DeWine famous that groups throughout the state are planning on utilizing pod seating techniques to extend social distancing and that the carrying of masks can be obligatory, as was the case at soccer video games this fall.
You possibly can watch DeWine’s full press briefing from Monday within the video participant beneath.