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Strictly Come Dancing 2020: Crew member tests positive for COVID-19, other crew members scared

Strictly Come Dancing 2020: The current coronavirus pandemic has put the entire world to a halt. There is one or another problem that is being faced by each one of us. Whereas the most affected is the entertainment industry. Various projects and shows standstill owing to the current coronavirus outbreak. We are waiting for this ugly phase to end and the world to be fully functional again and get back to normal.

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Here’s all you want to know about another affected “Strictly Come Dancing”

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The British television dance show, Strictly Come Dancing 2020 has come to a halt.

According to sources, a former crew member at the show has tested positive for COVID-19. The crew member was a lightning expert. He spent a week working on the sets of the dance show.

Although he finished working on the set just last week, the people on set who came in contact with him were sent home to self-isolate and also undergone COVID-19 tests to ensure their safety. The set was also deep cleaned.

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Sources stated that the second test report of the crew member was negative. However, a third test was conducted as the second medical report came back as indecisive, and the results are awaited.

Changes in the show:

Some changes are expected in the show due to COVID-19 safety precautions. The show will take place over 8 weeks rather than that of 12 weeks. Also, there would be only 12 contestants instead of the usual 15.

Present Scenario:

The professional dancers were scared about their safety after having a crew member infected by the virus. But, the chances of the professionals getting infected by the crew member were minimum, as the crew members don’t come in contact with the dancers.

BBC has declined to comment on the situation.

Stay tuned with us for further updates.

 

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