Hermiston Cinema joined the list of businesses reopening under Phase 2 after a long closure.

The movie theater posted an announcement on their Facebook page that they were reopening beginning Friday, June 26.

Since studios have not been releasing new movies during the COVID-19 shutdown, the theater is showing past favorites like “Avengers” and “Zootopia.”

Like all businesses in Oregon, movie theaters must operate under social distancing guidelines. Rules posted by Hermiston Cinema include not visiting the theater while sick, sitting at least six feet apart from people you did not arrive with and signing in when arriving for contact tracing purposes.

Customers are encouraged to wear masks, use the hand sanitizer available and purchase their ticket with a debit card if possible.

During the shutdown the theater offered drive-through concession sales and will continue to offer that option Fridays and Saturdays from 4-7 p.m.

All options for the drive-through concessions are $5 and people are asked to pay in cash and use exact change.

For more information call the theater at 541-567-1556.

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