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Midway Drive-in theater announces changes ahead of reopening

Those found not adhering to the new guidelines may be asked to leave.
Credit: Facebook:Midway Drive-In

PORTAGE COUNTY, Ohio — Several businesses across the state were given the green light from Gov. DeWine Thursday to begin reopening following the coronavirus outbreak. However, in order to maintain safety, changes need to be made. 

Midway Drive-In theater took to it's Facebook Page to announce the new changes they would be implementing when they reopen Friday, May 15. 

"The Midway Drive in will park cars in the center between the two poles allowing for 6 plus feet of clearance between cars. The concession stand will form one line distancing 6 feet apart. We will have 3 cashiers taking orders with a separate pick window. For an added $8.00 you can bring in outside food and beverages at both drive ins," the post read. 

According to Midway Drive-In, the new changes will decrease their capacity by half and they are expected to sell out nightly. To avoid disappointment, they suggest purchasing tickets online to reserve your spot. 

Those found not adhering to the new guidelines may be asked to leave.

To view movie showings and purchase tickets, click here

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