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Under Oregon Health Authority guidelines, movie theaters are considered a moderate risk in Clackamas County.

PMG FILE PHOTO - The Regal Cinemas movie theater in Wilsonville is scheduled to reopen in May.

The Wilsonville community will soon have its movie theater back.

After Regal Cinemas recently announced that it would open theatres to show "Godzilla vs. Kong" and other flicks — and thus end many months of closure during the COVID-19 pandemic — it released a schedule of when individual theatres would welcome back movie-goers. The Regal Wilsonville theater at 29300 S.W. Town Center Loop East near Town Center Park is slated to resume screenings Friday, May 21.

In the meantime, two Regal theaters in Oregon — including one in Bridgeport Village — will open Friday, April 16; three will open Friday, May 7; and 10 more (mostly in Portland) will open Friday, May 14.

"We are excited to open our doors and begin sharing our love of movies with our fans," the Regal website read.

Some precautions Regal will take to prevent the spread of COVID-19 include: requiring face masks at all times in the auditoriums, having two open seats spaced between different groups of customers and offering concessions only via a mobile app. Also, according to current Clackamas County guidelines, which list going to theaters as a moderate risk in the county, theaters must limit capacity to 50% or 100 people, whichever is smaller.

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