June 4 - Covid Update
Baseball Ontario has submitted a draft to Health Officials in Ontario outlining a series of protocols to allow for a return to play.
Under the current State of Emergency, which has been extended, there will be no games until June 30th.
Small group activities may happen prior to this date, but this is still dependant on our provincial health authorities:
"Baseball Ontario has suspended all in-person baseball activities until June 15, 2020. On June 11, the Board of Management will be meeting to consider what to do with the suspension: whether to lift it or extend it."
What does all of this mean to you?
While games are prohibited until the State of Emergency is lifted, if the Draft is approved small group activities could be allowed to resume after June 15th as long as the protocols outlined in the Draft are adhered to.
NOTE: "We strongly caution you that such reviews may lead to changes to the document before it is finally approved by Baseball Ontario's Board of Management."
For more information, you can read Baseball Ontario's release statement, which includes a link to the Return to Baseball Protocol Draft: