German cinemas to stay closed until June 30

German cinemas to stay closed until June 30
Move throws Berlinale’s Summer Special into doubt.

Germany’s cinemas are to stay closed until at least June 30 as part of an extension of existing lockdown measures to fight Covid-19, the government announced today.

Cultural venues including theatres, cinemas, and opera houses have now been closed since November 2020.

Further restrictions will kick in if cities or districts exceed a seven-day incidence rate of 100 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants over three consecutive days.

They include a curfew from 10pm to 5am, except for walking or jogging alone until midnight, while non-essential shops are only open to customers with a negative Covid-19
See full article at ScreenDaily »

Similar News


Recently Viewed