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Indonesia reopens cinemas amid strict Covid-19 guidelines

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Medan, Oct 7 (EFE/EPA).- The Indonesian government has allowed the reopening of cinemas throughout the country, following the decrease in Covid-19 cases in the country and its effort to boost the economy.Indonesia has reported 4,223,094 Covid-19 cases since the beginning of the pandemic.(Camera: DEDI SINUHAJI)SHOT LIST:THE REOPENING OF CINEMAS IN MEDAN, INDONESIA.

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