Right now, at 5 o'clock, baseball games are starting in several South Korean cities with spectators allowed for the first time in the pandemic.
They started admitting fans at 3.
It's now two months into the season stadiums are open only at 10 percent capacity, though.
To keep track of who attends, tickets are only for sale online, and fans will be have to use their phones to scan a QR code that will put them on a visitor log.
There are new rules inside the stadium too; you have to wear a mask, sit at least a seat apart and there's no eating allowed.
There'll also be none of the usual group chanting.
There are five games scheduled today starting at 5 PM, but there won't be fans at the stadiums in Daejeon and Gwangju because those cities are still under strict social distancing.