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On Thursday, Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced all outdoor capacity restrictions within the state will be lifted June 1. Face mask requirements for fully vaccinated people at Comerica Park were dropped May 15, in accordance with guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Throughout April and May, the Tigers have only been allowed to host a maximum 8,000 fans — just less than 20% capacity. Comerica Park seats 41,083 spectators at full capacity. Single-game tickets for games in June are already on sale to the general public.
Individual game tickets for July through the end of the regular season are not yet on sale, but the Tigers plan to provide further information soon.
On Thursday, after Whitmer's announcement, the Tigers posted their announcement on Twitter: "We can't wait to celebrate with 41,083 of our closest friends! We're going to show everyone that no one roots like #DetroitRoots. Ticket info coming soon."
The next day, the club made another announcement: "We can't wait to see you back at the ballpark. A wider selection of seats are now available for all June games."
Evan Petzold is a sports reporter at the Detroit Free Press. Contact him at email@example.com or follow him on Twitter @EvanPetzold. Read more on the Detroit Tigers and sign up for our Tigers newsletter.
This article originally appeared on Detroit Free Press: Detroit Tigers set for full capacity at Comerica Park on June 8