Movie theater closed in Malaysia after spike in COVID-19 cases

Movie theaters in Malaysia are set to close once again as the country is currently dealing with a third wave of coronovirus. According to Variety, a nationwide emergency was declared by King al-Sultan Abdullah early Tuesday (local time). According to a palace statement quoting Variety, the emergency may last until August 1, depending on the condition of the coronovirus infection. Master: Thalapati Vijay Fans worry over TN government order to MHA

After social conditions eased in December, positive coronovirus cases in Malaysia have leapt as a country on Monday (local time), with 2,232 new confirmed cases reported, reaching an active total of 28,500 and 550. From 2020 to 135,000 after initial deaths. Chan and others from cinemas including Golden Cinema, TGV shared on their social media account that theaters would be closed from Wednesday (local time) and the price for pre-paid tickets would be reimbursed. Just before Holi on 26 March, Rana Daggubati’s film Hathi Mere Saathi is the hitting theaters.

GSC GM Irving Che said in the GTR, “The effect of this is to bring us back to the beginning of November. This time, we expect the MCO to be renewed for two weeks for a few months.” As a result of Coronovirus’s impact on the economy, one of the nation’s cinema chains, MBO, first headed to liquidation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *