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Multiplexes in Chandigarh all set to welcome people by adhering COVID guidelines

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Multiplexes in Chandigarh all set to welcome people by adhering COVID guidelines

Multiplexes in Chandigarh all set to welcome people by adhering COVID guidelines

After months of shutdown due to COVID-19 scare, a huge relief for multiplex operators as under the rules for Unlock 5.0 the Centre has allowed multiplexes to re-open with up to 50% seating capacity outside containment zones from October 15.

After the announcement, the multiplexes in Chandigarh are all geared up with all the necessary precautions to once again entertain people.


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