MIAMI – If you’re coming to a Marlins game this season, plan to use your phone a lot.
From buying tickets to parking and even food, officials want pretty much everything to be done on your phone.
It’s all in hopes to eliminate high-touch exchanges for safety during the COVID-19 pandemic. That means some other restrictions: no bags except for specific examples like diaper bags.
And keep your eye on the sky. A drone will fly around to disinfect seats.
The number of fans at Marlins Park will be limited to about 25% capacity, or a little more than 9,000 people, for Opening Day on April 1.
The hope is that number could grow as progress is made in dealing with the pandemic.