Kansas City, Missouri 2021-05-06 09:42:00 –
Kansas City, Kansas (KCTV)-Kansas City Monarch has announced unlimited capacity for Opening Day after a recent protocol update in Wyandotte County.
The first day of the team will take place on May 18th in Legendfield. The monarch states that he plans to sell up to 7,000 tickets per game.
Fifty-six years after the Negro League’s Monarch disbanded, Monarch’s baseball team will re-enter Kansas City.
UG Public Health Service officials have presented the Commission with the COVID-19 update. The presentation included a recommendation to adopt an updated mask order for recently published ones in Jackson County, Missouri and Kansas City. The Commission has issued an updated mask order that came into effect on April 30. Under the new instructions, the mask protocol will continue in most public indoor settings. However, outdoor mask requirements and social distance requirements no longer apply.
Indoor seats still require masks, and the team recommends masks for outdoor seats on a per-order basis, but it is not required. Monarch also plans to create a specific location in the “remote seats” section of the Legend Field for those who prefer more space between occupied seats.
“We are looking forward to the 2021 season and want to know that the health and safety of our fans, along with the health and safety of our players, coaches and event staff, is always a top priority,” said the Monarch owner. It was. Mark Brand Meyer. “We are working with the League and UGPHD to maintain a world-class experience on and off the field. We will continue to monitor development and implement all necessary public health measures. I will. “
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