Following information on Los Angeles County pushing toward the red tier which would permit movie theaters, among different organizations to return with restricted capacity, AMC and Cinemark are prepared to invite benefactors back.
Two flagship areas in Los Angeles, AMC Burbank 16 and AMC Century City 15, will return on Monday evening.
AMC plans to open leftover theaters in L.A. County beginning Friday, March 19 with upgraded learning and wellbeing conventions set up including a cover prerequisite, physical distancing implementation, credit only exchanges and hand sanitizer accessible all through offices.
“On your next venue visit, you’ll notice that we’ve found a way ways to reduce contact focuses and ensure your wellbeing, including improved on menus for more limited lines at concessions and reduced assembly room capacities with respect to social distancing,” AMC said on its site.
Cinemark is bringing back the true to life experience beginning Saturday. More than 10 of its L.A.- region areas will return by March 15, the organization said in a composed explanation.
“All (Cinemark) theaters will return with improved cleaning and wellbeing conventions… just as Cinemark’s fan-most loved Private Watch Parties and a portion of the current year’s freshest movies,” Cinemark said in a proclamation.
A portion of the wellbeing conventions Cinemark has set up incorporate sanitizing theaters, amazing showtimes, making face covers compulsory and regular sterilization of high-contact territories.
For a full rundown of theater returning dates and to buy tickets, visit Cinemark.com and AMCTheatres.com.
Notwithstanding movie theaters, the red tier gives authorization for provinces on the off chance that they so decide to return indoor restaurant eating at 25% capacity, fitness centers at 10% capacity and museums at 25% capacity.