In a memo obtained by the Los Angeles Times, Major League Baseball makes it clear that it will not mandate vaccinations or temperature tests for fans prior to entering ballparks this year.
According to the Times:
In a memo sent to teams Monday and obtained by the Los Angeles Times, the league outlined what it called its “minimum health and safety standards” for the 2021 season. The league noted that state and local authorities could mandate more restrictive standards and that all policies are subject to change as the public health situation in the United States changes.
The league completed its 2020 regular season without fans in attendance, because of the coronavirus pandemic. Monday’s memo was intended to help clubs plan “safely welcoming fans back to ballparks in 2021.”
In the memo, the league said teams could decide whether to require proof of vaccination, a negative COVID-19 test, and/or