Tilton Square Theatre Outlines Post Pandemic Reopening Plan
As more workplaces get the go ahead to reopen in New Jersey, those businesses still awaiting that approval are busy mapping out a realistic way of operating while following social distancing measures and increased standards of cleanliness and germ control when they finally get permission to reopen.
Tilton Square Theatre is one such business formulating a reopening plan. It was a year ago in April that the former Tilton 9 opened as Tilton Square Theatre, after undergoing a four-month makeover that included new reclining seating, an iMax movie screen, a new lobby, concession stand, box office, and bathrooms.
Now, Tilton Square must make more changes to adapt to covid-19 requirements. Sunday, the theatre released a Facebook statement explaining how they intend to do that.
Among the measures planned, Tilton Square Theatre says they will mandate strict hand washing and sanitizing and wearing of masks and gloves by their employees, and adhere to six foot distancing for customers standing in line and in their seats. The theaters will be sanitized after every movie and deep cleaned every night. The theater HVAC system will include HEPA filters.
Best guess for the movie theater to reopen? The Facebook post says "maybe in June".
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