NEW YORK – Gov. Andrew Kumo announced on Saturday that movie theaters outside New York City will reopen on October 23.
Movie theaters can operate at 25% capacity, with no more than 50 people per screen. This will come four days later The owner of the Orcard Park business sued With the state at the closing of the movie theater.
There are a few other guidelines that influence the opening of cinemas.
Film theaters can only be performed in areas where there is less than 200% of the average 14-day positive COVID-19 test and no cluster zones. As of Saturday, the state has announced that the following Western New York provinces will not be eligible to reopen theaters: Alegani, Kataragus and Chautachu.
People who hope to return to the movies expect masks to be needed at all times, except for sitting and eating or drinking. Seated seats and social distance are also required.
Any movie theater to be opened must meet the requirements of improved air purification, ventilation and purification. The governor said further staff monitoring was needed to ensure compliance with the new guidelines.
Movie theaters may open from next Friday, October 23, with limited restrictions, the region will have an average infection rate of less than 2% during the 14-day cycle and no cluster zones. Eri County currently meets that standard. Let’s keep it that way. # Warmask https://t.co/hQmSRRGTat
– Mark Poloncarz (@markpoloncarz) October 17, 2020