Flu outbreak closes theaters in Mexico
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO — With the swine flu quickly spreading, local theaters are closing in Mexico.
The swine flu outbreak in Mexico has forced the nation’s top movie-theater chains to shut down dozens of cinemas throughout the nation’s capital.
Market leader Cinepolis said Sunday its theaters in Mexico City, the surrounding state of Mexico and the northern state of San Luis Potosi will be closed “until further notice.” Cinepolis rival Cinemex also has closed numerous theaters in the region until at least Tuesday.
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