Czech Republic and Norway Reopening their Cinemas

Czech Republic and Norway Reopening their Cinemas

Due to coronavirus all major businesses and cinemas were shut down in the Czech Republic and Norway, but now both countries the Czech Republic and Norway are moving fast and took the decision to reopen their businesses and cinemas.

In Norway, Cinemas will reopen from May 7 with limited admission of 50 persons per screen. Similar limitations is done by neighboring country Sweden, also Sweden has not applied a full lockdown. People will be required a minimum one-meter social distance between them.

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In the Czech Republic, Prague government also planning to restart the country that was in lockdown due to coronavirus, also cinemas will reopen from May 11, initially, the government put restriction and banned all gathering of more than ten persons due to ongoing pandemic, later on, Thursday, health minister Adam Vojtech announced the new rules for cinemas, cultural events, and sports events, with limitation of 100 people will be allowed from May 11.

These new restrictions give hope to the film and TV industry that in Prague it may also be allowed to restart filming of the previous projects that were shut down due to pandemic. Prague is one of the top places for the production of international television and film, If Czech reopen Backlots, so it will be a positive sign that the film and TV industry can resume their work.

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At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, the Czech government took quick actions and announced restrictions and lockdown before COVID-19 spread widely in the country, that’s why Czech didn’t face the major impact of the virus. The Czech government has been extensively applauded for how they handled the COVID-19 crisis. According to the data of WHO, on Thursday there are no new deaths from coronavirus in the Czech Republic, so far in the country, there are 7500 confirmed cases with a total of 227 deaths.