MN Gov. Tim Walz Loosens Restrictions on Youth/Adult Sports

By Adam Roberts – 1/6/2021

Organized sports in the state of Minnesota have been on hold for some time. But now, governor Tim Walz is slowly preparing to get things going again.

Per the Associated Press, youth and adult sports, which were allowed to resume practices this week, will be allowed to resume games under indoor venue limits of 25% of capacity for a maximum of 150 spectators, and outdoor venue limits of 25% capacity with the maximum increasing to 250 people. But interregional tournaments and out-of-state games are discouraged.

There will be no Minnesota schools at the Midwest Players Classic this year for this reason.