Joining the rest of New York, movie theaters in New York City itself will soon re-open. Governor Andrew Cuomo announced this week that cinemas in New York City will be able to open again, at a limited capacity, beginning on March 5.
Theaters can only accept 25% capacity, the governor said, and a cap of 50 people per screen. Everyone must wear a mask and follow other health and safety protocols as part of the directive, according to a writeup from Deadline.
Movie theaters in the rest of New York have been open since October 2020.
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