Blue Jays players that aren’t fully vaccinated would need to quarantine upon returning to Canada

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TORONTO, ON – MAY 26: Cavan Biggio #8 of the Toronto Blue Jays is doused by Vladimir Guerrero Jr. #27 following their victory over the San Diego Padres at the San Diego Padres at Rogers Centre on May 26, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

TORONTO (WIVB) — The birds that have been roosting at Sahlen Field may soon fly home. We’re learning more details about the Toronto Blue Jays’ proposal to head back north.

Fully vaccinated players and staff members would need to follow the same rules as the general public when entering Canada.

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Those who aren’t fully vaccinated would need to follow a modified quarantine during their first 14 days in Canada.

To explain that, the players and staff who aren’t fully vaccinated would only be allowed to leave their home in order to go to the Rogers Centre for baseball-related activities.

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