How to get rid of your boring new movie theater
The movie theater is no longer the only place where you can watch movies.
The number of people who say they can’t go to a movie theater for fear of getting sick has skyrocketed, a new study found.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) found that of the more than 14 million Americans who attended movie theaters during the week ending May 25, nearly three-quarters said they were unable to watch a movie because of health reasons.
A majority said they had been hospitalized due to the movie theater, and many said they have not gone to a theater in years.
“The health of moviegoers and the moviegoing public is a big deal.
The CDC says this is an ongoing issue, and the best way to keep movies safe is to take care of the theater itself,” said Amy Smith, a senior research associate with the Pew Research Center.
The new CDC report, released Wednesday, also found that more than 40 percent of Americans who watched a movie at a movie theaters reported that they had gotten sick from the movie.
That figure jumps to nearly 80 percent for those who had not seen a movie in a week.
The numbers suggest that many moviegoers who are likely to get sick are in the minority.
The poll found that the majority of people surveyed who watched movie theater movies reported that their health was OK.
They said they went to a cinema because they were bored, but they felt they were safe and could not get sick.
About a quarter of people said they saw a movie and felt comfortable going to the theater, compared with 18 percent who said they felt comfortable watching movies with a friend or family member, and just 7 percent who felt comfortable doing so alone.
The movie theaters are not alone in being crowded.
In a report last month, the CDC said that more people have been hospitalized for movie theater sickness than for other health problems, including heart disease, diabetes and asthma.
But it noted that most people who were sick did not get hospitalized.
The majority of those who said the movies they saw were too loud or crowded had been attending movie theaters for a year or more.
The survey also found a growing number of movie theatergoers who have been unable to go to theaters because of a health issue.
About one in five moviegoers said they do not attend movies because of their health.
That percentage is nearly twice as high as in previous surveys, and it jumps to 40 percent for people who have seen the movies only a few times and to 50 percent for someone who has watched more than 20 times.
In contrast, about one in 10 people said that they did not attend because of the movie they were in, the survey found.
About half of those moviegoers with no health problems said they did go to the movies.
And another survey found that about one-quarter of people were unable or unwilling to go because of allergies.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has urged parents to make sure their children are vaccinated.
It said the best thing parents can do is make sure they get vaccinated, and that there are plenty of options for those without health insurance.