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Dancing With The Stars COVID scare: Four employees test positive, Selma continues to film

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Four Dancing With The Stars employees have tested positive for COVID-19.The tests results came back after Monday night's season 31 premiere and extra precautions have been taken as preparations for next week's show go forward.

A spokesperson for Disney+, which produces the competition, told Deadline that the four people who were diagnosed with the virus worked in 'completely different departments' and did not have contact with each other based on the production's pod system.

Meanwhile cast members such as Selma Blair, 50, who has MS, have continued to film the show. A setback: Four Dancing With The Stars employees have reportedly tested positive for COVID-19.

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