Mumbai: There has been an increase in the cases of Kovid-19 in the big cities of the country. Especially in Mumbai (Mumbai Cinema hall) due to Kovid-19, the situation seems to be deteriorating once again. The infection rate of Kovid-19 has seen a spurt in the last 10 days, forcing the administration to re-impose some restrictions in the city.
Keeping in mind the last day of the year 2021, December 31, some restrictions have been imposed. Tomorrow on December 31, people will be in the mood to gather and party in the celebration of the new year, so the chances of spreading of Kovid-19 will increase. According to media reports, realizing that in such a situation there can be a significant increase in Kovid-19 cases, Mumbai Police has imposed Section 144 in the city.
Mumbai administration gave instructions to cinema halls
According to the report of Bollywood Hungama, cinema halls have also been asked to follow certain restrictions, even if it is only for December 31. A source close to the multiplex said, “We have been told that there should be no shows after 8 pm. That means the last show should start before 8:00 PM tomorrow night. The show can start at 7:30 pm, 7:45 or 7:55 pm.
Cinemas will have to refund the money of the audience
The source added, “We got a lot of bookings for last night’s shows of ’83’, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and ‘Pushpa: The Rise – Part 01’. Now since these shows will be cancelled, we will refund the money of the viewers. Since we have been informed about this direction, we have stopped selling tickets for last night’s show at the box office counter.
Cinemas closed in Delhi
Today, on December 30, more than 3000 cases of Kovid-19 were reported in Mumbai. Theaters in Delhi have been closed since Tuesday. The source said, ‘We have been asked to follow this rule only for December 31. We hope the administration does not impose restrictions or ask us to shut down in the coming days. We started again two months back.
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