Safety is king at Robinsons Movieworld: Gokongweis tap UV Care7 to disinfect cinemas

Safety is king at Robinsons Movieworld: Gokongweis tap UV Care7 to disinfect cinemas

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One of the largest cinema operators in the country, Robinsons Movieworld is back and is leveling up by intensifying safety measures to ensure moviegoers have a worry-free and enjoyable movie experience.

Robinsons Movieworld partnered with UV Care, an American brand registered with the US Food and Drugs Administration and the US Environmental Protection Agency for everyone’s well-being and comfort.

UV Care is the leading brand in UV-C sterilizing technology, killing 99.9 percent of germs, viruses, and bacteria.

Its technology is lab-tested and proven to kill Covid-19, effectively suppressing its ability to replicate instantly.

UV Care air purifiers come with medical-grade H13 HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Absorbing) filters that remove the tiniest particles including droplets that carry viruses in the air.

“We are excited to welcome back moviegoers to our cinemas on November 24. We took extra measures to ensure that our customers can confidently step into Robinsons cinemas and not have to worry about their safety. This is why we’re introducing HEPA filters inside our cinemas to ensure patrons can once again enjoy the best movie experience in the safest way possible,” said Arlene Magtibay, SVP and Business Unit General Manager of Robinsons Malls.

Contactless and cashless transactions are the preferred way of buying tickets whether at the gates or through online channels. As an added protection, moviegoers must show their COVID-19 vaccination cards before purchasing tickets.

Contact tracing forms will be provided via a QR code. There’s a mandatory body temperature check before entering the cinema. Hand sanitizers are available at every entrance.

Seating will be socially distanced, even for patrons from the same household. Face masks must be worn while in the theatre while face shields may be removed temporarily during screening time.

For health and safety, food and drinks are not allowed inside the cinemas. A no-eating or -snacking rule will be strictly imposed.


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