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    The Blue Jays are preparing to expand its ballpark capacity above 15,000 fans for the remaining six home games of the season. The organization said all fans over the age of 12 must be fully vaccinated to enter the Rogers Centre. The team announced this early Thursday in a public news release.

    The statement read “The Blue Jays are in the final days of heated postseason Wild Card race and need fan support more than ever to create the home-field advantage that our fans and team deserve down the stretch.”

    It further explained that “The club has been working closely with the Premier’s office, the Chief Medical Officer of Health, and Minster MacLeod’s office on increasing ballpark capacity safety in line with public health protocols.”

    Seats have been opened on the 500 level for the last six games and they will be starting at $15 in price. Unvaccinated fans were previously allowed to enter the stadium if they provided a negative COVID-19 test ahead of the game. With the vaccine passport rollout, the Blue Jays said all fans must be vaccinated.

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