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Indoor Movie Theaters Can Reopen in SF on Oct. 7th

Indoor movie theaters can open with 25% capacity, but sadly no popcorn allowed.
By - posted 9/29/2020 No Comment

San Francisco has set a timeline for opening indoor movie theaters and outdoor playgrounds. Indoor movie theaters are slated to reopen at a limited capacity and with modifications on Wednesday, October 7, and public outdoor playgrounds are planned to open in mid-October, now that State restrictions have eased.

The Department of Public Health plans to issue directives and guidance to allow indoor movie theaters to open on October 7, if San Francisco remains assigned to the Orange tier.

At that time, movie theaters can reopen with 25% capacity up to 100 people, and with no concessions sold, or outside food or drink consumed.

Please note, that as of 9/29/20 no movie theater in San Francisco that are aware of has yet announced their reopening plans.

Expect more details to be announced soon. See the latest updates at sf.gov/step-by-step/reopening-san-francisco


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