OHL expands capacity for spectators at indoor sporting venues 2021

The League’s 17 Ontario-based facilities will be welcoming 100 percent capacity, fully vaccinated crowds beginning Saturday, Oct. 9.
The Ontario Hockey League has announced that, following the Government of Ontario’s expansion of spectator capacity limits at indoor sporting venues, the league’s facilities will host 100 per cent capacity crowds beginning on Saturday, Oct. 9.

Fans will have to be fully vaccinated to attend.

The official release is published below

The Ontario Hockey League today announced that following the Government of Ontario’s expansion of spectator capacity limits at indoor sporting venues, the league’s 17 Ontario-based facilities will be welcoming 100 percent capacity, fully vaccinated crowds beginning Saturday, Oct. 9.

“We are grateful for the continued work and leadership of our government and public health officials led by Premier Doug Ford, Minister of Sport Lisa MacLeod and Chief Medical Officer Dr. Kieran Moore,” said OHL Commissioner David Branch. “Yesterday’s launch to our 2021-22 Regular Season was an incredible night for everyone, and more fans being safely permitted to enter OHL facilities across the province only adds to that excitement we’re all feeling.”

“The health and safety of our players, staff, officials, fans, billets and communities is paramount,” Branch added. “We’re very excited to welcome OHL fans back for what’s sure to be a great season.”

Follow along as the 2021-22 OHL season continues tonight. For full coverage, follow the league on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram, or visit https://livetvable.com/

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