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“Simply put, we can’t do much at Level 2,” said Ellen Pollock, manager of Theater Royal Nelson.
While some of Nelson’s locations will move to level 2 for others. Instructions It is very difficult to reopen
“Simple, we can’t do much at Level 2,” said Elian Pollack, manager of Theater Royal Nelson.
While venues can open on level 2, indoor gatherings are limited to 50 people, who need to wear masks and keep a distance of two meters.
“We are too small. There is no way we can get even 20 people away.”
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“What we’re hoping for is that everyone is vaccinated, and that could mean we can return to normalcy.”
While September was a writing season, Pollock expressed optimism. Production of Indian ink of heaven., Rescheduled for October, will bring people to the theater next month.
In the meantime, anyone who needs a refund can access the theater’s box office, which will open at Level 2 with appropriate security measures, Pollock said.
Mark McCallick, manager of the Trafalgar Center, said the 50-person limit meant that most of the events the center would normally hold would not run during Level 2.
However, the organizers had postponed the big events anyway.
“The good news is that they’ve postponed the cancellation, so we’re still going to look at those events,” McCallick said.
He was looking at different ways to use the venue.
He said that the size of the Trafalgar Center means that it can easily seat 50 people following a distance of two people.
In the last fortnight, The center was converted into a vaccination center., Up to 2000 vaccinations daily during levels 4 and 3.
“We’re glad it could be put to such good use when it closes normally,” McCallick said.
State Cinema General Manager Sonia Simao said staff were discussing this week how the cinema would work when it reopens on Thursday.
Simao said the cinema has been opened under the previous Level 2 guidelines, but with more restrictions on space, their operations will look a little different.
They had to consider the number of floor staff to monitor people going in and out, and to make sure everyone had their own distance when accessing counters, screens and toilet facilities.
“We’ll just follow the instructions, and see how we can make it work,” Simao said.
The market, and Monte’s Sunday Market, will wait for Level 1 to reopen, according to a Facebook post on the Nelson Market page.
“Wouldn’t we all be so happy when that happens? We miss all life and people,” the Post said.