Taiwan to Open Things Up in Stadiums

Starting June 7 Taiwan will open things up. There will be minimum restrictions on seating, no masks required and they will open the stadium up for food and beverage service. The one restriction they have on seating is fans must sit in even numbered seats in one row and the row in front and behind them fans must sit in odd numbered seats. Previously fans had to sit two to three seats apart while the rows in front and behind them had to remain empty.

It is hard to believe that at one time Taiwan had more corona virus cases than the United States. They recognized the problem early, established social distancing requirements and contact tracing immediately. They have now gone 56 straight days with no domestic corona virus cases.

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