Cinema halls are finally set to reopen Today in Mumbai and therefore the remainder of Maharashtra after months of being pack up within the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. This includes regular movie halls, theaters, and multiplexes outside containment zones.They will, however, be allowed to function at only 50% capacity under the circumstances. No eatables are going to be allowed inside, a government notification issue today said.
This is aside from all the indoor stadiums, swimming pools and yoga institutes - again, outside containment zones - which will be allowed to function from Today onwards, consistent with the notification. of these facilities will need to strictly observe social distancing and sanitisation norms."The SOP for an equivalent are going to be issued by the cultural affairs department and native authorities," the notification signed by Maharashtra Chief Secretary , Sanjay Kumar, said.
The Union government had on October 14 allowed multiplexes, cinema halls, and theatres to reopen with strict standard operating procedures (SOPs). The Ministry of Home Affairs had then left it to states to require a final turn the matter, supported specific situations.
Following this, the Maharashtra government had reportedly begun to formulate the SOPs. With over 600 cinema halls in Maharashtra - quite 200 in Mumbai alone - the region may be a key marketplace for the Indian films industry, particularly Bollywood.In the meantime, Maharashtra is one among the worst hit states within the pandemic with 44,128 deaths reported till now amid 1.7 million cases altogether .
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