The Canadian NHL club Vancouver will be able to play home games of the 2021/22 regular season with full stands.
Starting Monday, October 25, more people will be able to gather for sporting events in areas of the province where vaccination rates are high, according to the website of the Canadian province of British Columbia, where the club is based.
Vancouver may start selling tickets for all seats at the Rogers Arena, which seats nearly 19,000 spectators. Previously, no more than 50% of fans could attend the games.
At the same time, among the requirements remains a complete vaccination against the coronavirus of fans attending matches. Mask requirements remain in effect for all indoor events. Bandwidth restrictions remain in effect in several regions of the province.
Earlier, the authorities of the Canadian provinces of Quebec and Ontario announced similar measures, which now allows Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto to play at home with full stands.