Major League Soccer Thurday announced that the three MLS Canadian clubs will host all remaining regular season and postseason home matches in Canada.

Those teams were Toronto FC, CF Montreal and Vancouver Whitecaps FC.

In another announcement, MLS said that 96 percent of all Tier 1 individuals, including MLS players and club staff members that work closely with the teams, are fully vaccinated.

The Canadian announcement was made as the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Minister of Immigration have approved a National Interest Exemption that outlines stringent health and safety protocols allowing for all MLS players to participate in cross-border matches.

Included in the National Interest Exemption requirements, all traveling players and staff will continue to undertake COVID-19 molecular testing prior to, and upon arrival into Canada, regardless of their vaccination status.

Those individuals who are partially vaccinated, or are unvaccinated, will be required to observe a modified quarantine. Upon receipt of a negative COVID-19 test, these individuals may participate in work activities only, including trainings and games, and are otherwise prohibited from attending other functions or places through the remainder of a 14-day quarantine period, or until they leave the country.