BALTIMORE — Mayor Jack Young changed his tune Wednesday, saying Baltimore City would allow some fall youth sports.
But high contact sports such as football, wrestling and rugby aren't among them.
Leagues and organizers will still need to apply for a permit.
Earlier this summer the city suspended issuing permits for sports, citing the coronavirus.
For those sports given the go ahead, masks will need to be worn, and children will only be able to have two people come out to watch.
Teams sharing sports equipment have to make sure it gets frequently sanitized.
Also, the city highly discourages celebrations or preparations that involve contact such as high-fives and huddles.
Any violators could have their permit revoked.