COLORADO COVID-19: Cinemark will reopen Colorado theatres on Friday

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Denver (KDVR)—With the relaxation of COVID restrictions, multiple movie theaters will reopen in Colorado this week.

Some AMC theaters have been opened and security protocols have been developed. Harkins Theatre is selling tickets for performances starting on Friday, January 8.

Chanda Brashears, Senior Vice President of Cinemark, said: ``We take this very seriously.

Brashears said that a mask must be worn. The theater will open at the wrong time and seats are limited. Seat cushioning technology will automatically block the seat next to the seat when booking a seat, and the screening time between each screening hall will disappear. 

If you want to watch a movie but don’t want to party with people you don’t know, Cinemark will provide


Although some fans are excited to return to the theater, Brashears knows that others may hesitate. 

"It's really very safe. We have worked with health experts and have been able to perform this operation again to bring guest satisfaction to 96%. Part of it is just to enter and experience it yourself. I think that in this day and age, everything is a little different." she says.

During the COVID pandemic, the industry was hit hard.

There is no doubt that this has always been challenging. Part of the reason is that we don't have much new movie content," Brashears said.

She hopes that new movies like "Supergirl 1984" will be released in theaters, and she hopes movie lovers can return to the theater. She said: "I think it will take some time, but I do think that with the continuous introduction of vaccines, the theater industry will continue to flourish."


According to Cinemark's COVID-19 security protocol:

Encourage customers to buy tickets online and use contactless payment methods for a more contactless experience. Cinemark said that cash payment methods will be restricted.

Denver (KDVR)-About 600 people were vaccinated against COVID-19 at a small driving event held in Denver last weekend, which focused on solving the equity issue.

Denver City Councillor Jamie Torres helped organize the event at Servicios De La Raza near Federal Avenue and Colfax Avenue.

(NEXSTAR)-Tatyiany Valeriano worked as a nurse assistant in the COVID ward at Mayo Clinic for a year and a half. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, she said she has seen that she is completely "immune" to death.

She solemnly said: "We are dead everywhere. This has become a routine."

Denver (KDVR)-The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE) has developed a draft new framework to determine the level of restriction the county is in and seek feedback on these changes.

The current COVID-19 dial has six different levels, and its determinants determine the level of each county. The officials said that they met with several different departments to establish a framework more adapted to local conditions.

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