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D’Andra Simmons Is “Very Proud Of Bravo” For The Several Precautionary Measures They Are Doing While Filming Season 5 Of RHOD Amid Coronavirus Pandemic!

D’Andra Simmons is “very proud of Bravo” for how they’ve handled production for the upcoming fifth season of The Real Housewives of Dallas amid the coronavirus pandemic because they have “taken it very seriously.”

The CEO of Hard Night Good Morning skincare revealed that the network put in place several precautionary measures to ensure the safety of all the cast, staff and crew while filming.

She shared that there is a “COVID monitor” who wipes down the set before and after every scene. The “Housewives” are also expected to wear face masks at all times until they’re in the scene.

Simmons said the producers have also made sure that everyone’s houses, every set, and every location they film has been sanitized.

“We get COVID tests either weekly or biweekly, so especially now when we do go on our what our version of what a cast trip is, because you can’t really go that far, you do get COVID tests and so does the entire crew,” she told Page Six. “I think they’re being very responsible and very careful, because of course, we were thinking, ‘How are we going to do this in a pandemic?’ But it has worked, and knock on wood none of the cast has had any issues with COVID.”

Simmons said she has taken the added precaution of quarantining at home as much as possible when she doesn’t have to leave to go film.

“I literally stay in my house unless I have to go do something that is required for the show, except for a few tiny little instances because I don’t want to take any chances on contracting something and bringing it back to someone else on the cast or crew,” she said. “I take my job very seriously and I’m very grateful to have this job.”

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