WARWICK – Landscaping, tennis, and drive-in movie businesses are able to open today as the economy starts its slow journey back to some semblance of what it was before the COVID-19 pandemic rocked the world just months ago.
The owner of the Warwick Drive-In movies, Beth Wilson, is excited to start her season, even though it is about three months later than usual.
“We want to be here for the public and for mental health sanity for everybody. We can get out and do something. We have put in a lot of safety measures. It will be a joy to see everyone be able to get out and do something,” she said.
The drive-in will feature three screens and they will practice safe distancing with 18 feet between each parked car and concession stands with protective dividers. Additional information can be found here.