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Mall in Philippines opens drive-in cinema amid COVID-19 pandemic


Pampanga, Jul 31 (EFE/EPA).- SM City Pampanga shopping mall in Philippines have opened a drive-in cinema complex during a special screening of the film 'Bloodshot' for guests ahead of regular operations.Plans for drive-in cinemas are being considered as an alternative as traditional indoor cinema venues have suspended operations due to COVID-19 pandemic health protocols. (Camera: ROLEX DELA PENA). SHOT LIST: FILIPINO MOVIE-GOERS WATCH MOVIE WHILE SITTING IN THEIR CAR AT A DRIVE-IN CINEMA COMPLEX DURING A SPECIAL SCREENING OF THE FILM 'BLOODSHOT' AHEAD OF REGULAR OPERATIONS AT THE SM CITY PAMPANGA MALL IN PAMPANGA PROVINCE, PHILIPPINES.

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