The Century 16 movie show in Midtown Anchorage will reopen Friday after a monthlong closure of leisure amenities citywide.
Cinemark, which owns the theater, introduced the reopening in an announcement Thursday.
“The theatre will as soon as once more reopen with significantly enhanced cleanliness, sanitizing and security measures at each step of the moviegoing expertise,” the corporate stated. These measures embody auditorium disinfections between screenings, blocked seats between totally different events and staggered showtimes.
The Municipality of Anchorage’s guidelines for theaters and entertainment facilities enable them to function at 25% capability beginning Friday. Metropolis restrictions additionally require bodily distancing between teams and masks sporting except somebody is consuming or consuming, and companies should keep a visitor log with data stored for at the least 30 days.
Different theaters in Anchorage appeared to don’t have any rapid plans for reopening to moviegoers: Regal Cinemas — with areas on the Dimond Middle mall, the Tikahtnu Commons buying middle and on Muldoon Highway — is keeping theaters closed nationwide and didn’t listing any upcoming showtimes at these areas.
The Bear Tooth Theatrepub additionally hasn’t listed any in-person showtimes on its website, although it did just lately announce digital screenings of choose unbiased and arthouse movies scheduled over the following few weeks.