Photo: Spectators watch a movie in an open-air cinema in the central Athens district of Tiseo. The Acropolis is visible in the background.
Open-air cinemas will open on Friday 28 May with coronavirus-related restrictions:
fewer seats; halls can work with a load of 75%; without interruption to ensure physical distance.
These numbers are bad for revenues, especially in light of the fact that most Greek open-air cinemas and before the quarantine were on their way.
Meanwhile, on May 28, open-air theater stages and concert venues will open. These auditoriums will only be admitted to seated spectators, and the capacity should not exceed 50%.
On May 14, Greece officially opened to foreign tourists. As of May 26, 395,094 infected were recorded in Greece, a daily increase of 1,511 people, 11,916 died, (+44 in the last 24 hours), 362,009 recovered, 117 people are under intubation.