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COVID Safety Measures

In order to safeguard the well-being of our staff, guests and community, we have several safety precautions in place that require the participation of both the theater and all filmgoers.

These efforts, especially masking, remain important as COVID-19 cases continue to increase in Berkshire County. The Delta variant, currently the predominant variant in the United States, is more contagious and can be transmitted by both vaccinated and unvaccinated individuals.

Please take a moment to read through the following rules and information, and if you have any questions, please contact us at 413-458-1039 or comments@imagescinema.org.

MASKS

Masks are required for all staff and guests, regardless of vaccination status.

Masks may be removed only when eating and drinking at a seat within the theater.

Once filmgoers are done with their snacks, they must mask back up.


CAPACITY

The overall capacity of Images has been reduced by 50% in order to allow for social distancing within the theater. Currently, a maximum of 75 tickets can be sold for any show.


SCHEDULING

The number of screenings per day has been reduced, and showtimes have been scheduled to avoid crowding in the lobby and to allow enough time for enhanced surface cleaning in the lobby and the theater.


AIR QUALITY

Our auditorium HVAC system has been upgraded with needlepoint bipolar ionization technology. We have also added professional-rated air purifiers in both the lobby and the bathroom.


SANITATION

Touchless hand sanitizer stations are available throughout the theater.

Plexiglass barriers hang at the box office and the concession stand.

High contact surfaces are cleaned repeatedly throughout the day and in-between each show.


STAFF HEALTH

All staff are fully vaccinated.

Before coming to work, staff will self-check for any symptoms of COVID-19. If they display any, they will inform the theater and not come to work.

If any staff has been in direct contact with anyone who has tested positive for COVID-19, they will inform the theater and not come to work until they have had an opportunity to get tested themselves.