Major League Baseball has no plans to cancel or pause its 2020 regular season despite an outbreak of the coronavirus among the Miami Marlins.

Rob Manfred conducted a meeting with all 30 team owners on Monday afternoon. During the meeting, the commissioner told owners that, "We believe the protocols are adequate to keep our players safe."

Manfred and the owners intend to instead "redouble health directives," such as players wearing masks or facial coverings in the clubhouse, and "reinforce on-field behavior prohibitions" against gestures like high fives.