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A preview of limited attendance events: KBO to have 20-30% fans back
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A preview of limited attendance events: KBO to have 20-30% fans back
... possibly as early as this week. For those who haven't been watching the only America sport playing live games right now, KBO is the Korean equivalent of MLB. You just have to wake up at 3-5 AM EDT to catch the games if you don't DVR them.

Part of their protocol includes the following:
- Mandatory social distancing even in lines to get in which they expect to be long and slow
- On-site COVID-testing facilities
- Mandatory temperature testing both by humans and machines of fans coming in
--- If you have a fever you are not allowed in regardless of reason
--- If you fail a temperature test you are given a COVID test at the on-site facility immediately
- Mass cheering is discouraged
- Outside food, normally allowed in KBO, is verboten
- Concessions will be highly limited and possibly not operating at all beyond light snacks and necessities
- Hard limit of 30% of capacity, as low as 20% depending on stadium configuration
06-29-2020 10:37 AM
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