Houston Astros are Going Full Capacity, Mask-less Before End of May

The Houston Astros will no longer require masks for fans who are vaccinated and will encourage masks for those who aren’t, starting at the end of this month.

The Astros will increase capacity for fans to attend games, starting with the Dodgers game on May 25 through the remainder of the season, the team announced Monday.

“The Astros have made additional seats available for those games, now operating at full capacity,” the statement reads. “Single game tickets for the remainder of the season will be on sale on Friday, May 28th.”

The Astros-owned minor league affiliates, including the Sugar Land Skeeters, Corpus Christi Hooks and Fayetteville Woodpeckers will also move to full capacity for the remainder of their season and follow the same mask policies as the Astros.

The team said all other health and safety measures will remain in place.

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