Wearing a mask when going shopping or getting a hair cut has become the "social norm" but one place will not be requiring one to be worn.

While movie theaters around here are not opened yet, Cinemark made the announcement that they will not be requiring movie goers to wear mask. According to The Wrap, mask will still be encouraged to be worn by guest, but will not be required. Cinemark employees will still be required to wear a mask as well as have other policies put into place.

Cinemark will also increase its cleaning and sanitation measures to levels that meet or exceed the CDC and WHO guidelines; minimize physical interactions at the box office and concession stands, while installing plexiglass screens; frequently disinfect high touch areas, including theater seats every morning and before each screening; provide hand and seat sanitizing for guests; screen employees before each shift; and stagger showtimes to minimize crowds.

 

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