Cinema halls won’t open from today in Ghaziabad, here’s why
Notably, all the cinema halls in the district have stayed shut for about 8 months due to the COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown enforced by the government in March.
As film theatres are set to open from today under the Centre’s Unlock 5.0 guidelines, people in Ghaziabad will need to wait a little bit longer. Cinema halls in the district will not open today.
Based on the district entertainment officer, the procedure of cleaning is still in progress and the theatres will only be enabled to open after the work is completed.
Theatres in Ghaziabad will open fro Friday (October 16).
Especially, all the movie theater halls in the district have stayed shut for about 8 months due to the COVID-19 and subsequent lockdown imposed by the federal government in March.
Cinema-goers will have an altogether different experience this time around with a great deal of constraints and standards in location. The number of shows in cinema theatres will be lowered substantially and tickets for the same will be only scheduled online. Digital booking of food and drinks will likewise be done.
The show start time, intermission duration and finish time of a program at any screen will not overlap with the beginning time, intermission duration or finish time of a show at any other screen in a multiplex.
There will also be 3 security packages at the ticket counter priced at Rs 30, 40 and Rs. 50 in a number of multiplexes. This security package includes masks, hand sanitizer, hand gloves.
Spitting shall be strictly prohibited.
Adequate social distancing will be followed and the using of masks will be mandatory. Hand sanitizers will be placed in the theatres and thermal screening of people checking out the movie theater halls will be done. The customer who has a higher temperature in the thermal screen will not be permitted to go inside and the entire ticket money will be refunded.
Designated line markers will be offered for entry and exit of the audience from the auditorium and the premises.
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