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‘Mr. Queen’ & ‘All of Us Are Dead’ Halt All Filming After Actor and Staff Were Confirmed with COVID-19

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An additional confirmed case of coronavirus occurred at the site of tvN’s Mr. Queen, while an outside staff for Netflix’s All of Us Are Dead was tested for the virus.

According to news1, Mr. Queen‘s production team confirmed that another supporting actor was confirmed with COVID-19. With this, a total of two actors from the drama have been confirmed with the virus.

Earlier on Nov 24, a supporting actor from the drama was tested positive for COVID-19. The drama halted all schedules, and the entire staff and actors conducted COVID-19 tests. Most of the staff and actors tested negative for the virus, but one additional supporting actor was not so lucky. The production team will coordinate future schedules with safety as the top priority.

As for Netflix’s All of Us Are Dead, a staff from the special effects team was confirmed with COVID-19. An official from Netflix told news1, “As one of the staff from our subcontractor has been confirmed with COVID-19, we have halted all filming and conducted tests for all staff. We will follow the guidelines of health authorities and epidemiologists and suspend all filming.”

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