The cinema changed the time of a possible opening in Moscow. On Saturday, 4 July, said the head of the Association of owners of cinemas Oleg Berezin, reports “Interfax”.

According to him, the resumption of the capital’s cinemas may not be earlier than 1 August. However, this is not a final decision.

In addition, the CEO of United cinemas network, which “Movie OKKO”, “cinema Park” and “Formula Kino”, Alex Vanasin said that the company most likely will not work since July 15. He also recalled the importance of the effect of waiting for Muscovites to prepare for the event, namely the emergence of new opportunities to spend time watching a new movie at the newly opened theater.

While initially in Moscow is expected to premiere exclusively Russian as a foreign new movie was postponed due to the mode of isolation of the pandemic and coronavirus.

It is noted that on 29 June, Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko, said that cinemas across the country will resume operation by July 15. However, many companies stated that it did not have time to prepare for the opening, as it will take about a month.

23 Jun Muscovites spoke about the security measures that should follow in the newly opened cafes and restaurants. Will be applied to measures such as social distance in half-meter, and limiting the number of visitors. In some institutions reduced the number of tables, and in some areas of the rooms blocked with a red ribbon.

9 June in Moscow overturned the regime of self-isolation and electronic passes. The townspeople were allowed to walk in parks and squares, were also opened beauty salons. June 16, resumed the work of the summer verandas of restaurants and cafes, exhibition halls and zoos.