The UK has issued a new mandate that cinema customers must wear masks to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
After wave corona virus (COVID-19) infection rates in the UK, reopening of cinemas has been delayed.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that further easing restrictions on the UK, which included the reopening of cinemas, would now occur on August 15 than previously announced on August 1. In addition, from 8 August, face masks will be required in all theaters in the UK. This mandate also applies to museums, galleries and places of worship.
These new measures, which are intended to prevent the spread of COVID-19, will be enforced by “a greater police presence,” Johnson said.
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Like most theaters worldwide, British cinema was closed in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. As the main release like Principle has been commissioned at the end of August 2020, the UK release date, cinemas across the country have begun to reopen the procedure. The Vue cinema chain, for example, has announced that it is preparing to reopen many locations on 7 August. Meanwhile, Regal Cinema‘the parent company of Cineworld reopened its UK location at the end of July.
One of the first new releases that debuted theatrically in the UK managed to outperform Johnson’s reopening plan in mid-August. Russell Crowe thriller Open debuted in the UK at the end of July, three weeks before the August 21 domestic release date.
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