Russian cinemas will reopen their doors to visitors on July 15, NEWS.ru reports referring to TASS.
The venues have not been working since March due to bans on public events in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko has announced the resumption of cinemas' operation at a meeting with Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin.
Russian entrepreneurs are working on a plan to return to work after lifting restrictive measures.
Head of the Russian Association of Cinema Owners Oleg Berezin said that business people are considering options to lower ticket prices at the initial stage and to conduct sessions with film critics to attract the audience.
NEWS.ru earlier reported that 4,343 people recovered from coronavirus in Russia.