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Theatre of Satire in Sofia – a safe place during Covid-19

The Theatre of Satire in Sofia adduces ten reasons why it is one of the safest public places to be during the pandemic.

The audience enters and leaves by different doors, and  viewers do not cross paths. The spaces inside the building offer ample personal space and viewers are able to keep the recommended distance from one another without physically interacting or conversing with one another. The ventilation has a circulation of fresh outdoor air, the building is sanitized twice a day – morning and night - and disinfected every two hours.

The theatre is by far safer than public transport, shops, hospitals, pharmacies and many other public places. 

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