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NEW DELHI: Government on Sunday issued Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) for cinema halls and theatres on preventive measures to include the unfold of Covid-19. Earlier this week, Centre had allowed full occupancy in cinema halls and multiplexes ranging from February 1.
In this regard, the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting has issued a set of ordinary working procedures (SOPs) for cinema halls and theatres to stop the unfold of the continuing novel coronavirus.
As per the SOPs, theatres could have separated seats, staggered present timings, and bookings, obligatory social distancing, and digital funds are being inspired. Film exhibitions is not going to be allowed in containment zones.
Here are the rules:
* Visitors must comply with ample bodily distancing of at the least 6 ft outdoors the auditoriums, frequent areas and ready areas always.
* Use of face covers and face masks are obligatory always.
* Staggered present timings are to be adopted for a number of screens to keep away from crowding.
* The begin, intermission and finish timings of any screening shouldn’t overlap with a second screening.
* Visitors are suggested to make use of digital no-contact transactions for buying tickets, meals, and drinks.
* To facilitate contact tracing, contact variety of all guests can be taken on the time of reserving tickets.
* The cinemas, theatres and multiplexes auditorium are to be sanitized after each screening.
* Face cowl or masks are obligatory for employees members. Adequate inventory of such face covers is to be made accessible for guests.
* All have been suggested to instal and use Aarogya Setu app.
In its final set of tips issued earlier this month, the federal government had allowed cinema halls to function at a better capability. In October 2020, the Centre had allowed cinema halls to function at 50 per cent seating capability.
This transfer by the ministry of data and broadcasting ought to come as a aid to cinema halls that had been closed for practically seven months final yr because of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. Even after opening they’ve been combating low viewers attendance and only a few new movie choices.
Stakeholders can even be pleased with this choice for elevated capability, as a number of big-ticket movies together with ’83’, starring Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone, ‘Sooryavanshi,’ starring Akshay Kumar, Ajay Devgn and Singh, and ‘Radhe’, starring Salman Khan has been prepared for months, awaiting launch.
(With inputs from businesses)


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