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NYC cinemas say they ‘won’t make it’ unless seating regulations lifted

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April 6, 2021 | 1:45pm | Updated April 6, 2021 | 2:48pm

A trade group claims New York City movie theaters may not survive the pandemic unless Gov. Andrew Cuomo lifts state restrictions on seating capacity.

The National Association of Theater Owners said Tuesday it has been lobbying for New York City cinemas to be allowed to raise their capacity to 50 percent from the current 25 percent by Memorial Day and to 75 percent or more by July 4.

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