Starting tomorrow, May 15, the CPBL will allow clubs to host 2,000 fans in their ballparks. Also, concession stands will be opened.
According to a tweet by the Taiwanese professional baseball league, the aforementioned measures are taken to make it possible for families to watch a ballgame again.
This move comes only a week after the previous expansion of the number of fans that were allowed to visit a game. It all started with games behind closed doors even though 150 fans, all season ticket holders, were allowed to attend games. But last week, on May 8, the CPBL pulled up the number to 1,000 fans per game.
This all is possible because Taiwan had a strict policy on containing the coronavirus. As to date, no new cases of contaminated people have been reported and 2,225 persons are released from isolation in the last six days.