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LIST: Cinemas open starting Wednesday

/ 01:56 PM November 10, 2021
Movie goers spend Valentines day at the cinema of SM Bacoor in Cavite as the IATF allows the reopening of cinemas, arcades, museum and leisure centers in areas under GCQ. 📷: Marianne Bermudez/Philippine Daily Inquirer

FILE PHOTO. A new movie watching experience awaits moviegoers under the new normal, with movie houses tasked to ensure that health protocols are followed even while inside the cinemas. 📷: Marianne Bermudez/Philippine Daily Inquirer

MANILA, Philippines — After being shuttered for more than a year due to the new coronavirus restrictions, several cinema houses in the country reopened their doors to moviegoers this Wednesday.

The Cinema Exhibitors Association of the Philippines (CEAP) said the movie houses will only accept fully vaccinated individuals inside the cinemas, who need to present proof of their vaccination.

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CEAP on Tuesday announced that the following movie houses are now operational:

Metro Manila

Makati

Century
Circuit
Glorietta 4
Powerplant

Malabon

Fishermall

Manila

Cinerama
Lucky Chinatown

Muntinlupa

Festival Mall

Parañaque

Ayala Malls Manila Bay

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Pasay

Newport

Quezon City

Cloverleaf
Eastwood
Fairview Terraces
Fishermall
Gateway
Trinoma

San Juan

Greenhills
Santolan Town Plaza

Taguig

Bonifacio High Street
Market Market
Uptown
Venice

Outside Metro Manila

Bohol

Alturas
Bohol Quality
Island City

Iloilo

Festive walk

Laguna

Southwoods

Rizal

Sta. Lucia

Tagaytay

Fora

Tarlac

Magic Star

The Interagency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases allowed a maximum of 30 percent indoor capacity for in-door cinema and movie houses when Metro Manila was placed Under Alert Level 3.

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Under the updated guidelines on the pilot implementation of the government’s new COVID-19 alert level system, only fully vaccinated individuals will be allowed in indoor cinemas, and 50% outdoor venue capacity.

Movie goers should e seated one-seat apart, while wearing their face masks at all times, except when drinking.

Food will not be allowed inside the cinema, except for drinks.

The National Capital Region is now under Alert Level 2 until November 21.

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