Spotlight; There will be no kina: despite permission, the Astrakhan cinemas are still closed

There will be no kina: despite permission, the Astrakhan cinemas are still closed

Today, July 15, restrictions on cinemas should be removed in Russia. This was stated in the federal government in early summer. The Pearls decided to find out which Astrakhan cinemas can see these days, however, as it turned out, none of the cinema halls in our city today have opened today. Recall that on June 29, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyashenko announced that from July 15 restrictions on cinemas are being removed in Russia. Of course, with the condition of compliance with the social distance and other safety measures and the prevention of Covid. The recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor states that the seedling of the audience should be at a distance of a meter (but members of the same family can sit nearby). The schedule of sessions should be with the interval of time, and the cinema halls are recommended to be carried out by disinfection and processing of the premises. However, on the popular website of Afisha.ru armor, it will not be possible to order tickets for today's sessions from the Astrakhan. In Astrakino, our editorial office said that cinemas are still closed. In another popular cinema network, they explained that, despite the fact that the media talks about taking restrictions, official documents and orders from Rospotrebnadzor, none of the distributors had yet seen. Temporarily closed on their sites are also considered “cinema” on the trunk and passage of Vorobyov, “Kinomax” in the fair. Recall that cinemas were quarantined in connection with the pandemia of Coronavirus at the end of March. The scope of the film distribution was also included in the list of the most affected industries. According to experts, following the results of the pandemic, the industry in Russia may lose about 50 billion rubles. Part of the losses falls on the losses of cash fees, as well as the losses from downtime of the sale of popcorn and soda.

There will be no kina: despite permission, the Astrakhan cinemas are still closed

There will be no kina: despite permission, the Astrakhan cinemas are still closed

Today, July 15, restrictions on cinemas should be removed in Russia. This was stated in the federal government in early summer. The Pearls decided to find out which Astrakhan cinemas can see these days, however, as it turned out, none of the cinema halls in our city today have opened today.

Recall that on June 29, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyashenko announced that from July 15 restrictions on cinemas are being removed in Russia. Of course, with the condition of compliance with the social distance and other safety measures and the prevention of Covid. The recommendations of Rospotrebnadzor states that the seedling of the audience should be at a distance of a meter (but members of the same family can sit nearby). The schedule of sessions should be with the interval of time, and the cinema halls are recommended to be carried out by disinfection and processing of the premises.

However, on the popular website of Afisha.ru armor, it will not be possible to order tickets for today's sessions from the Astrakhan.In Astrakino, our editorial office said that cinemas are still closed. In another popular cinema network, they explained that, despite the fact that the media talks about taking restrictions, official documents and orders from Rospotrebnadzor, none of the distributors had yet seen. Temporarily closed on their sites are also considered “cinema” on the trunk and passage of Vorobyov, “Kinomax” in the fair.

Recall that cinemas were quarantined in connection with the pandemia of Coronavirus at the end of March. The scope of the film distribution was also included in the list of the most affected industries. According to experts, following the results of the pandemic, the industry in Russia may lose about 50 billion rubles. Part of the losses falls on the losses of cash fees, as well as the losses from downtime of the sale of popcorn and soda.