Cinemas, film Houses, eateries and hotel restaurants are to reopen in Delta State as confirmed by the state government. Delta state Commissioner for Information, Mr Charles Aniagwu who made the announcement said cinemas and other hotel restaurants must operate at 50 percent of their capacity and ensure all COVID-19 preventive protocols as enshrined by the NCDC were observed. Aniagwu said; “Recall that in our last press briefing, we mentioned that churches and worship centres can now hold more than one service, that still remains, but today we are announcing further relaxation of the COVID-19 protocol and that is to the effect that owners of movies and cinema houses can now operate.“But they can only do so at 50 percent capacity, in which case they are not going to fill everywhere. For instance if a movie theatre is supposed to take 50 persons, they should organise it such that it will take 25 persons at a time.“They must constantly fumigate the halls, just as they must also observe all the important protocols that we have reeled out in the past, that is sanitising or washing of hands of persons coming into the theatre houses, and of course wearing of face mask is compulsory for everybody going to access such movie houses.“For some of the places where people go to relax, what is important is that they must observe all the preventive protocols but we haven’t taken decisions as to lounges and bars.” Clubs and lounges are however to remain closed until government devises how they can be reopened without increasing the spread of Coronavirus. The post Delta reopens cinemas, hotel restaurants and eateries appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.