There has been uncertainty surrounding how the Toronto Blue Jays will operate in 2020. There is still no non-essential travel allowed between the United States and Canada, which obviously presents a problem for playing games in Toronto.
A new update is saying the team will indeed train in Toronto when camps opening next week.
Some players and coaches have not been able to get back into Canada, so it's rather mysterious why they'd be able to return now, unless the Blue Jays have been deemed to be essential.
It is logical to think the team would not have players report to Toronto unless all the logistics had been worked out with the Canadian government. The question of quarantines is an obvious one now, especially for those who will be making an international trip.
There is also the question of whether all the team's opponents will be traveling to Canada during the MLB season. For now, we know the team is at least training at home. How games will be played remains a different problem that should have a solution soon given July is almost here.