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Increased capacity in sports arenas while Mass. eases more restrictions on coronaviruses – Boston News, Weather, Sports

BOSTON (WHDH) – The roar inside the TD Garden picks up steam on Monday with the Boston Bruins looking forward to having more fans in the arena.

High capacity venues, including stadiums, arenas and stadiums, can now operate at 25% capacity as part of the state’s plan to reopen.

Amusement parks, theme parks and outdoor water parks are allowed to operate at 50 percent of their capacity.

Dr Richard Malley, an infectious disease specialist at Boston Children’s Hospital, says that as capacity increases, it’s important that people continue to distance themselves socially.

“We want people to feel comfortable going out and having some semblance of normalcy; at the same time we have to remember if there are a lot of people around it might not be the safest place, ”he said.

Singing is now allowed indoors with strict distancing requirements in performance venues, restaurants, event venues and other businesses.

Musician Rhett Price says he’s delighted to be back on stage.

“It’s been a year and a half and I’m more than excited just for the opportunity,” he said.

Road races and other large organized outdoor amateur or professional group sporting events are permitted with staggered starts and other appropriate safety measures.

Amateur sports tournaments for young people and adults are also allowed for moderate and high risk sports.

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