US box office revenues fall to 20-year low due to COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the US box office with revenue falling to a 20-year low.
Roughly $55.3 million was earned between Friday and Sunday.
The last time that total ticket sales in North America was low was a weekend in September 2000.
Many U.S. theaters are operating at reduced capacity in order to provide plenty of room between patrons. 
Going forward, analysts predict that more will close because of increased crowd-control rules set by local authorities.
Also, there is a lack of product after this weekend because of so many upcoming new releases being delayed.

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