BC Cinema is preparing to reopen on Tuesday
Those looking for the luxury of watching the latest blockbuster movies on popcorn and the big screen will be captivated.
Theaters across British Columbia are preparing to reopen on Tuesday, June 15, when Stage 2 of the BC reopening plan is expected to take effect.
The theater was closed in November last year due to the COVID-19 public health order.
Relaxation of restrictions A gathering of 50 indoor organizations It is allowed if the COVID-19 security plan is in place.
The criteria for moving to step 2 set by the government include that at least 65% of the population over 18 has received at least one vaccination, reducing the number of cases and hospitalizations. Both of these conditions are met by British Columbia. ..
Corrine Lea, owner of the independent Rio Theater in East Vancouver, said customers were thrilled and tickets for the June 15 reopening were progressing rapidly.
In January, Rio was called the Sports Bar and was endorsed by 125 customers after it started broadcasting events like hockey, UFC, and even events. RuPaul’s Drag Grace.
“As soon as we became a sports bar, they improved our capabilities because of the different rules in sports bars,” she said. “Sports bars can be seated based on social distance, but the theater received any number of 50.”
According to Lee, his situation shows a lack of logic in the pandemic rules of BC cinemas. The only thing that changed was what was displayed on the screen.
“I would like [the health authority] To explain to me why sports bars are allowed to have more seats than cinemas, ”she said.
Presents the reopening of Rio Paradiso Cinema followed by Great Lebowski June 15.
On Twitter, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Cineplex Odeon channel to reopen the cinema In the heights, Peter Rabbit 2 And Hitman’s wife bodyguard With Ryan Reynolds.
Cineplex says it will reopen 20 locations in British Columbia, assuming the state deregulates. Landmark Cinemas is also announcing its intention to open its doors.