A drive-in cinema opened in Vilnius on April 17 amid coronavirus safety measures. In line with Health Minister Aurelijus Veryga's instructions, moviegoers will have to stay inside their cars with all windows rolled up. A maximum of two people is permitted per car and tickets are only available online. All conventional cinemas in Lithuania are currently closed as part of nationwide quarantine measures in place since March 16. The first quarantine-period movie screening is organized by ZMONES Cinema Drive-in the parking lot of the capital's Litexpo exhibition centre. It has a capacity...
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