Movie theaters in Montana will be allowed to reopen on May 15, according to new guidance announced Thursday.
“We have determined that these businesses can carefully reopen under strict capacity, social distancing, and sanitation guidelines,” Gov. Steve Bullock said in a statement.
Theaters will only be able to operate at 50% capacity with 6 feet of separation between families. They are also being told to “increase cleaning and sanitizing of frequently touched surfaces." Cleaning must be done at least once every two hours.
Museums will be also allowed to reopen on May 15 under the same restrictions, along with fitness centers and pools. Workers in gyms must wear a mask. Customers are encouraged to do the same, but it will not be mandatory.