Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that New York City movie theaters will reopen at 25 percent of capacity starting in March, with strict rules.
New York City will reopen its movie theaters, with various restrictions.
After being closed for nearly a year due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that theaters in New York City will reopen beginning March 5, as reported The Hollywood Reporter.
While some theaters around New York City began to reopen slowly in 2020, theaters in New York will now open at 25 percent of capacity with strict viewer policies. No more than 50 people will be allowed in an auditorium; each will require masks, assigned seats, and advanced air filtration as well.
New York is not the only major city to reopen its movie theaters: In response to the decline in the number of COVID-19 cases in the country, the Hong Kong government recently announced that movie theaters and theme parks could reopen now.
From Disney Raya and the last dragon It will be the first film to experience this New York reopening, as it opens simultaneously in theaters and on Dinsey + on March 5. Along with that, Regal Cinemas announced plans to reopen its cinemas again in the spring of 2021 after keeping its US locations closed since October 2020.
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Source: The Hollywood Reporter
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