VANCOUVER (WNEWS) – With a set of expected blockbuster movies releasing, theatres are planning their grand and much-awaited reopenings for June 15, giving the people of B.C. an opportunity to watch movies on the big screen again. With infection numbers stabilizing, B.C. is on course to begin the second stage of its restart plan. While there has been no official announcement from the province, Deputy Public Health Officer Dr. Réka Gustafson indicated that we were heading in the right direction.
Beginning on Tuesday, the next phase permits a maximum of 50 people to gather indoors, and the reopening of theatres and banquet halls.
Patrons will be required to wear a mask at all times while inside the theatre unless they are seated to enjoy snacks. Strict Covid-19 protocols will be in place and people will be asked to stay home if they’re feeling unwell as well as if they’ve been in contact with anyone who’s tested positive for COVID-19 within 14 days of their movie.
While the reopening has not yet officially been announced by the province, tickets are already on sale and a host of theatre chains have multiple job postings available across various locations in the Lower Mainland.
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