Covid-19 unlock: Theatres in Kerala to reopen from January 5
Stringent motion could be taken in opposition to theatre homeowners in the event that they flout the rules.
After remaining shut for over 10 months, theatres in Kerala will reopen from January 5 with solely 50 per cent occupancy and adhering to strict COVID- 19 tips.
“The theatres have been fully shut since practically a 12 months because of which 1000’s of individuals are dealing with extreme crises. Taking this into consideration, the federal government has determined to reopen the theatres with restrictions,” Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan instructed reporters right here.
Solely 50 per cent of the seats ought to be occupied or solely half the tickets bought. Moreover, the well being division’s covid protocol ought to be strictly adopted, he stated.
Stringent motion could be taken in opposition to theatre homeowners in the event that they flout the rules, the Chief Minister stated.
For the reason that theatres remained shut for therefore lengthy, they need to be disinfected earlier than January 5.
The Authorities, he stated, has additionally determined to permit conduct of festivals at locations of worship from January 5.