The British newspaper released information that the tests conducted with the team of the series were mixed.
The ‘Bridgeton’ team’s Covid-19 tests were mixed and the incident caused confusion on the film sets of the second season. According to Sun, there was at least one positive case in the team’s batch of tests and everyone working on location in High Wycombe had to be re-tested to await new results.
A source told the newspaper: “Nothing can explain the mistakes. Unfortunately, the manufacturers can’t take any risks, as this could lead to a temporary shutdown of production. The tests were cross-contamination, meaning they all had to be redone. Ironically, when they came back for the second time, the positivity was negative.”.
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hey mail online A Netflix spokesperson has been contacted regarding the latest reports, but no official comment has been received yet. ‘Bridgeton’ was one of several productions in the UK to be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak in the past few months, as was ‘House of the Dragon’.
This is not the first time
Series showrunner Chris Van Dussen previously confirmed that two PCR tests tested positive for COVID-19 and that production hit the ground in early June, he explains. Diversity: “We are back. We had to delay because of covid, but we are back. I am currently in post-production, editing our first episode, which looks great.”.
Netflix would not comment on whether these two cases happened between cast or crew members when filming was indefinitely suspended in mid-July, but it did confirm that the two men were separated at the time. – Were isolated.