After Premiere “Dancing With The Stars” reports numerous cases of COVID

Dancing With The Stars” season 31 launch may have gone off without a hitch, but the ongoing pandemic nevertheless managed to dim the mirror’s radiance. As at least four cases of COVID were recorded following the program’s Sept. 19 Disney+ premiere.

According to Dancing With The Stars spokesman, according to our pod system, all four of the crew members who tested positive work in “totally different divisions that do not have in person interaction with each other.”

More than 300 production workers work on the show.

“Contact tracing was immediately conducted,” the spokesperson continued. “All close contacts were notified and put on an increased testing cadence. No close contact of the four positive production employees has since tested positive.”

The spokesperson went on to say that. “The entire set has been disinfected and as an extra precaution, we asked the majority of employees to work from home.”

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After the premiere, Deadline was informed that more than a dozen people had tested positive. But later the representative said this was an error. According to “our strict safety measures, the Department of Public Health gave the show the green light to resume production.”

16 couples presented their acts to the judges on Monday in front of a live studio audience. After receiving one of the lowest marks of the evening (18 out of a possible 40), Jason Lewis (Sex and the City) and Peta Murgatroyd were eliminated.

On Monday night on Disney+, DWTS will be back. The couples will dance to Elvis Presley songs.

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