Abu Dhabi cinemas issued with guidelines to reopen to the public

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 Abu Dhabi cinemas issued with guidelines to reopen to the public

Cinemas in Abu Dhabi have been issued with guidelines to safely reopen to the public.

They have been closed since March but now can reopen with safety measures in place.

The news was announced on the official Twitter account of the Abu Dhabi Media Office.



A maximum capacity of 30 percent will be permitted at any time, all seats will be sanitised between showings, there must be at least 20 minutes between screenings and the entire cinema needs to be disinfected at the end of each day.

There will not be any physical tickets or pamphlets and touchscreens will also be removed.

Inside the threatres, social distancing will be observed, moviegoers will be expected to wear masks at all times and staff will undergo testing for COVID-19.

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