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AMC pushes back reopening of theaters to July 30

The movie theater postpones reopening after increase of coronavirus cases nationwide
The reopening date for AMC Theatres has been pushed back as COVID-19 cases soar in states across the U.S.
The reopening date for AMC Theatres has been pushed back as COVID-19 cases soar in states across the U.S.(Source: CNN/file)
Published: Jun. 30, 2020 at 7:40 AM CDT
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(CNN) - The reopening date for AMC Theatres has been pushed back as COVID-19 cases soar in states across the U.S.

The movie chain was originally supposed to open July 15, but Hollywood’s upcoming releases, Disney’s “Mulan” and Christopher Nolan’s “Tenet,” were pushed back to the middle of August.

AMC said it now expects to open 450 of its more than 600 theaters on July 30. The company is hoping to be fully operational some time in August.

Regal Theatres is following suit with a planned reopening of cinemas on July 31.

Regal is implementing a number of safety measures, including rolling out deep-cleaning fogger equipment, contactless payment, regular screening of employees and requiring moviegoers to wear masks.

AMC will also require its customers to wear masks once theaters reopen.

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