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Russian Cinemas will be Able to Resume their Work since July 15
2.07.2020 16:18
Russian Cinemas will be Able to Resume their Work since July 15

Russian cinemas will be able to resume their work since July 15, according to Kommersant. 

      However, market participants note that all the cinemas in the country will not open immediately. According to the chairman of the Association of Cinema Owners  Oleg Berezin, this process can take several months: final decisions will be made by regional authorities, and producers will evaluate the number of open rooms before offering the film. 

      The president of the Karo network, Olga Zinyakova, posted  on  Instagram   that there was no need to wait for the opening of movie theaters till July 15. “...if there is no second wave, if Europe and the two main cities in the USA open: Los Angeles and New York,   if there is an appropriate decision of state bodies... We have a great many of these “ifs”. Now the main thing is not when, but how we will open,” she wrote.



Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: coronavirus     

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