Metro Manila Cinemas to Be Temporarily Closed Starting Tomorrow

This is to follow social distancing guidelines.

(SPOT.ph) Malls in Metro Manila have decided to temporarily close their cinemas during the community quarantine effective from March 15 to April 14. This is in compliance with the Inter-Agency Task Force Resolution No. 11 guidelines on social distancing.

These mall cinemas in Metro Manila will be temporarily closed starting tomorrow:

Robinsons Movieworld

PHOTO courtesy of Robinsons Movieworld Facebook page

Ayala Malls Cinemas

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PHOTO courtesy of Ayala Malls Cinemas Facebook page

Megaworld Lifestyle Cinemas

PHOTO courtesy of Megaworld Cinemas Facebook page

Red Carpet Cinemas

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PHOTO courtesy of Red Carpet Cinemas Facebook page

SM Cinemas

PHOTO courtesy of SM Cinema Facebook page

The following microcinemas in Metro Manila will also be closed:

Cinema '76 Anonas and San Juan

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PHOTO courtesy of Cinema '76 Facebook page

Cinema Centenario

PHOTO courtesy of Cinema Centenario Facebook page
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Malls will still be open during community quarantine, but have implemented shorter hours to accommodate the Metro-wide 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. curfew. Supermarkets, groceries, and banks will still be open during aforementioned period. 

Main image by Julien Andrieux/Unsplash; used for illustrative purposes only.

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