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Drive-in cinema in Germany open during Covid-19 crisis

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Drive-in cinema in Germany open during Covid-19 crisis

Drive-in cinema in Germany open during Covid-19 crisis

Residents of the German city of Essen flocked to their local drive-in cinema on Monday, reigniting a pastime of the old world fit for the Covid-19 era.

Tickets were only available online, and a maximum of two people were permitted per car, excluding children, in line with Germany's far-reaching quarantine restrictions.

Conventional cinemas in the country are currently closed.

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