Opening day at Fenway was
Thursday Friday, April 2 with fans in attendance. Fenway’s capacity is capped at 12 percent, or a little more than 4,500 people. More than 30,000 seats in the ballpark have been zipped, tied shut to keep people out of them and away from each other. TD Garden allows about 2,200 people in, representing 12% of the building’s capacity, following the limitations set in Phase 4, Step 1 of Massachusetts’ reopening plan. Masks are required and most vending options have contactless options. Is that enough to make you feel comfortable? An ancillary effect of all the Covid restrictions is to drive the price of the tickets to new records. Forget about the cost for the time being, at this point would you feel comfortable attending a game in person?
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No. No spectators until we reach immunity.