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RHOBH Shuts Down Filming After A Production Crew Member Tests Positive For COVID-19!

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has paused filming for the show’s upcoming eleventh season after a member of the production team tested positive for COVID-19, reports Entertainment Tonight.

In the meantime, the cast and crew are following all proper safety protocols. Production on the current season is set to resume after the holiday. 

Meanwhile, other sources are sharing more details on the topic. “RHOBH was shut down due to COVID. Everyone thinks it’s a crew member that tested positive and the ladies and production were informed this morning,” a source told HollywoodLife.

“They filmed yesterday. Everyone’s been told to quarantine for 14 days and haven’t been told much else right now,” the source explained, referencing the CDC’s recommended two-week quarantine period for those who have either tested positive for or been exposed to the deadly virus. “They have no idea when they’ll start up again. Everyone’s just waiting for more info,” the source added. 

The cast of the upcoming season of RHOBH includes Dorit Kemsley, Erika Jayne, Garcelle Beauvais, Kyle Richards, Lisa Rinna, and Sutton Stracke and — as well as newcomers Crystal Kung Minkoff and Kathy Hilton.

Earlier this month, RHOA paused filming after a member of the production team tested positive for COVID-19, reported PEOPLE.

“The set follows rigorous COVID-19 safety protocols including contract tracing,” a source close to production told PEOPLE. “Out of an abundance of caution, production is shutting down for two weeks.”

The new season, which premieres on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 8pm/7c, includes Cynthia Bailey, Kandi Burruss, Kenya Moore, and Porsha Williams, along with newcomer Drew Sidora. Marlo Hampton and Tanya Sam are returning as friends of the cast, along with new friend LaToya Ali.

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