TD Garden to allow limited capacity beginning March 22nd

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Michael Mulford
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Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker announced Thursday at an event that the state will soon open up large venues that accommodate more than 5,000 people, like TD Garden, Fenway Park and Gillette Stadium, beginning March 22nd, for fans to attend games and events. Gillette Stadium remained closed throughout the New England Patriots’ entire season and TD Garden has yet to have fans at any Boston Celtics games so far this season.

Gov. Baker announced at the event on Thursday that the large venues, like TD Garden, will reopen to 12% capacity, which reported by Jared Weiss of The Athletic, comes out to 2,352 fans at the Garden.

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The Celtics will play their first home game of the season with fans on Monday, March 29th against the New Orleans Pelicans.

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