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    The Toronto Blue Jays are permitted to play this summer, according to Premier Doug Ford. The approval was agreed upon after a discussion with three levels of Government. Players are to abide by strict rules and will be screened for Covid-19 regularly. They’ll also be required to take extra precautions to ensure everyone’s safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.  

    With stage 3 approaching in Toronto, it is unclear whether the Rogers Centre will open up to the general public due to health and safety guidelines. 

    The City Of Toronto reports that due to the pandemic, there are concerns with the U.S. team crossing the border because of the nation’s ongoing struggle with containing Covid-19.


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