An anonymous source spoke to the Canadian Press on Thursday about the news, which has not been officially confirmed by the team.
There was talk that the Blue Jays could play at their training facility in Dunedin, Florida, but the facility was closed after a player showed symptoms of possible coronavirus, and the virus nullified many clubs' plans to resume training at their facility.
"The Public Health Agency of Canada has received, and is now assessing, a restart plan from Major League Baseball", she said.
Sportsnet's Shi Davidi was the first to report the positive COVID-19 test results on Wednesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, MLB issued a 60-game schedule beginning July 23 and 24 in empty ballparks as the league tries to push forward amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
There are plenty of logistical issues to sort out before starting the Major League Baseball season, but few teams have more to figure out than the Toronto Blue Jays.
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Specifics on the exact number of positive COVID-19 cases and arrangements the team has made will likely be announced at a news conference expected on Friday.
Anyone entering Canada for non-essential reasons must remain in quarantine for 14 days, and the U.S. border. A message left with the team was not immediately returned.
Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada's director of public health, said the federal government has spoken to Major League Baseball, but that any plan to play in Toronto is based on a mitigation plan that ensures the safety of Canadians.
"The resumption of activities in Canada must be undertaken in adherence to Canada's plan to mitigate the importation and spread of COVID-19", Maddison told The Associated Press. Doing so would require an exemption letter from the federal government similar to the one the National Hockey League received allowing it to set up hub cities in the country, and would set the stage for regular-season games to take place in the city, too.
Major League Baseball must get approval from the government as well as health authorities on Ontario.
The source said Ryu has been tested twice for COVID-19, and both results came back negative.
The Blue Jays said personnel at their camp have undergone testing.