Weekend curfew ends in Delhi, Cinemas can reopen with 50% capacity

Amid falling COVID-19 cases in the national capital, cinema halls across the city resumed operations as they prepare to open with 50 percent seating capacity.

Despite a drop in COVID-19 cases in the national capital, cinema halls across the city have reopened, with 50% of their seating capacity.

“By Friday, the restaurant should be open. Producers are holding off on releasing their films here. “large screen is a big screen,” as the saying goes ” in an interview with ANI, Delite Cinema Manager stated.

Proprietor of Liberty cinema and President of Cinema Owners’ Association of Delhi, said “The government has allowed cinemas to open with 50 percent occupancy. We applaud the government’s decision. The cinemas are ready to reopen. Everything is in its proper place. The main focus is on adequate sanitization, needs to be addressed.”

According to the manager of the Delite Cinema Hall, only seal-packed snacks should be available for purchase. The Delhi government issued directives on Saturday enabling cinemas, theatres, and multiplexes. It will reopen with a 50% capacity starting at 5 a.m. on July 26.

As part of unlock-8, the Delhi government issued directives on Saturday. It is enabling cinemas, theatres, and multiplexes to reopen with 50% capacity starting at 5 a.m. on July 26.

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) in its rules also enabled the Delhi metro to operate at 100 percent capacity.

The cumulative recoveries in the city due to this virus escalated to 14,10,368 including 80 fresh recoveries. The death toll in the capital touched 25,044 including the new death. The case fatality rate now stands at 1.74 percent.

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