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Marlins lift mask mandate at loanDepot Park, open stadium to full capacity

Baltimore Orioles v Miami Marlins - Postponed
MIAMI, FLORIDA – JULY 27: An aerial drone view of Marlins Park on July 27, 2020 in Miami, Florida. The Miami Marlins’ home opener against the Baltimore Orioles was postponed after a number of players tested positive for COVID-19. (Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images)

Fans attending Marlins games will no longer be required to wear a mask.

Crowds at the stadium are also no longer limited as the team announced they will allow 100% capacity beginning in June. The team was currently only allowing 10% capacity which equaled to about 9,000 fans.

Fans who have not been vaccinated are still encouraged to wear masks and all employees will still wear facial coverings and undergo health screenings daily until further notice.

The Marlins will also allow clear bags to be permitted starting this Friday along with the return of standing drink rails throughout the ballpark and condiment carts. Restrooms will also be available at full capacity.