Movie theaters to open nationwide on October 15, UP government releases guidelines
Movie theaters to open nationwide on October 15, UP government releases guidelines

New Delhi: Now big news has come about theatres. The central government has given permission to open the theatres on October 15. Not only this but at the same time the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has also issued special guidelines for going to theatres. Now in the meantime, the Uttar Pradesh government has issued separate guidelines for cinemas in its state. In the guidelines issued by the state government, it was said that from Thursday, October 15, all cinemas, theaters and multiplexes will be opened with 50 percent capacity.

This means that the capacity of the audience was half that before. Chief Secretary RK Tiwari has also made a statement in which he said that "Theaters and multiplexes out of containment zones will be opened. Each person has to maintain a distance of at least 6 feet". In addition, he said, the management of contactless sanitizer is required. The thermal screening will be done for each person before they enter the theatre. Only those who have no symptoms will be allowed to go in. It has been said, to maintain 50 percent capacity. The information on those seats should be displayed in the booking window itself. The customer's phone number will be taken.

He also said, "After the show, the gap should be made to ensure that there is no crowd in toilets. Adequate food counters should be made. The temperature inside the theatre should be 24 to 30 degrees Celsius and facilitate cross ventilation. The lift will allow people to enter in a limited capacity. The screens will be cleaned after every show". 

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