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Coronavirus: China reopens hundreds of cinemas as virus outbreak slows, but is anybody going?

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]Cinemas in many Chinese cities began reopening last week after a weeks-long shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, but dismal box office takings highlighted just how far the consumer economy has to go before returning to normal.A total of 495 cinemas, or 4.4 per cent of China’s total, had opened by Tuesday, but they attracted only 1,003 cinema-goers – an average of about two people per cinema per day – according to statistics from Maoyan Entertainment, a firm monitoring nationwide box…

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Cinemas in many Chinese cities began reopening last week after a weeks-long shutdown due to the coronavirus outbreak, but dismal box office takings highlighted just how far the consumer economy has to go before returning to normal.A total of 495 cinemas, or 4.4 per cent of China’s total, had opened by Tuesday, but they attracted only 1,003 cinema-goers – an average of about two people per cinema per day – according to statistics from Maoyan Entertainment, a firm monitoring nationwide box…

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