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MLSE says masks at games will soon be optional but ‘strongly recommended’

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Sports fans can soon take off their masks, if they want to.

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Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) said Friday that masks don’t have to be worn at games anymore starting later in March when the Ontario government drops masking requirements for most settings.

MLSE said while mask wearing will be “strongly recommended,” its statement also said they are following directions from public health officials.

“As it has throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, MLSE continues to consult with public health officials to follow all health and safety recommendations for its venues and the community at large and thanks all officials, partners and fans for their cooperation through the reopening stages and working together to protect our community,” MLSE said in the statement.

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The Toronto Raptors will have eight home games from the March 21 date masks will become optional.

The Toronto Maple Leafs host New Jersey on March 23 and then have nine other home games before the playoffs.


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