Even though we’re currently just at the beginning of being in the peak period that is COVID-19, it seems like folks are already looking through to the other side. Toronto Mayor John Tory revealed to CP24 that the Toronto Raptors might be opening their practice facility soon.
Tory revealed that he’s been in touch with Raptors team officials about the possibility of re-opening the practice facility.
“We are seeing if we can work something out, and we will try our best to do that, obviously, but there are many precautions that need to be taken into account and many details that have to be sorted out,” Tory said.
“We want to make sure that on the one hand and most importantly we keep everybody safe, including the players, coaches, staff and everybody else, but on the other hand that our team doesn’t fall into a situation where they are at a disadvantage,” he added.
While this is exciting news, keep in mind that no reopening dates have been set as of yet.
The decision on if the Raptors practice space will reopen is up to public health officials. In the U.S, ESPN reports that some practice facilitates have reopened but that’s only in states where restrictions have been loosened.
Articles You May Also Be Interested In:
You Can Now Get Raptors Face Masks From The NBA
A Toronto Swimwear Company Has Teamed Up With Adidas Canada To Create Masks
Toronto Restaurant MARBL Is Matching Customer Meal Donations
You Can Shop A Virtual Flower Market This Weekend
Toronto’s KitKat Chocolatory Is Delivering Limited-Edition Bars