Around 109 movie theaters shut down this weekend in New York, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Boston and Seattle over coronavirus fears, and the ones that were open didn’t do a brisk business. All told, Comscore is calling the weekend $55.3 million, a 22 year low, and down 45% from last weekend and 60% a year ago.

“The circuits are doing a phenomenal job of being respectful to local government ordinances while at the same time trying to serve the community,” Universal domestic distribution boss Jim Orr told Deadline.

Disney‘s Onward, with Tom Holland and Chris Pratt providing the voices, topped the box office with $10.5 million, and Lionsgate‘s I Still Believe managed just $9.5 million.