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RHOCheshire Producers Reveal The Safety Protocols They Are Following As They Continue To Film Season 12 Amid COVID-19 Pandemic!

The production company behind The Real Housewives of Cheshire reveals the safety measures and guidelines they are following as they continue to film Season 12 of the ITVBe hit reality series amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Production company Monkey confirmed that some cast members are having to isolate after cameras started rolling for the upcoming new season.

While they declined to disclose which cast members have been affected, it was revealed last week that cast member Dawn Ward and her family tested positive for coronavirus.

However, filming has been able to continue with those unaffected.

"It has been our top priority to keep all cast and crew safe by following stringent COVID-19 protocols and the latest guidelines," a spokesperson told Manchester Evening News. "Some of the cast of The Real Housewives of Cheshire are having to isolate. However, we are able to continue filming with those unaffected in a safe manner."

Last weekend Dawn revealed that she had stepped away from filming after she, her husband, and two younger daughters tested positive for coronavirus following a family holiday and have been self-isolating.

After they flew home, she started feeling ill. The family was tested and within 24 hours they received the news they had COVID-19. They have since been self-isolating at home at Warford Hall, Cheshire.

Dawn revealed that she and husband suffered headaches, fever, high temperature, sweats, and stomach cramps, and former footballer Ashley has also had a cough and tight chest.

Charlie also had a temperature and suffered from aches and tiredness and youngest daughter Aston suffered headaches.

Photo Credit: ITV/Monkey