The Tokyo Big6 Baseball League has announced that it will hold a spring league match at Jingu Stadium from the 15th of this month with up to 5,000 spectators in response to the relaxation of restrictions on holding events due to the extension of the state of emergency. did.

On the 7th, the government decided to extend the state of emergency until the 31st of this month, and to relax the maximum number of people for events that had previously been requested to be held without spectators to 5,000 and half the capacity. I did.

In response to this, the Tokyo Big6 Baseball League announced that it will hold up to 5,000 spectators at Jingu Stadium from the game on the 15th of this month, which is the sixth week of the spring league match.

However, alcoholic beverages are not sold in the stadium, and it is prohibited to bring them in.

The spring league match of Tokyo Big6 Baseball League started on April 10, and initially the maximum number of spectators was 10,000, but since the "priority measures such as prevention of spread" were applied to Tokyo, the league match 2 From the 17th of the week, the upper limit was reduced to 5,000.

After that, a state of emergency was declared on the 25th, so 5 games up to the 9th are being held without spectators.