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Star Trek: Picard production shuts down after 50 cast and crew members test positive for COVID-19

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Star Trek: Picard has shut down production after more than 50 cast and crew members tested positive for COVID-19.Filming has been suspended since Monday, the show's first day back from the holiday hiatus, according to The Hollywood Reporter.The Paramount Plus series reportedly has one of the biggest crews working in television today, with over 450 people on set.

Shut down:Star Trek: Picard has shut down production after more than 50 cast and crew members tested positive for COVID-19 Big crew:The Paramount Plus series reportedly has one of the biggest crews working in television today, with over 450 people on setWhile no specifics were given about who tested positive, though the outbreak was said to have spread to multiple 'zones' on the set, including Zone A which features the primary cast.Sources claim filming could resume early next week, perhaps even sooner, though no official timetable was given.

Picard films in Los Angeles, where the omicron variant of COVID-19 has been spreading quickly throughout the metropolis. Zones:While no specifics were given about who tested positive, though the outbreak was said to have spread to multiple 'zones' on the set, including Zone A which features the primary cast Variant:Picard films in Los Angeles, where the omicron variant of COVID-19 has been spreading quickly throughout the metropolisLos Angeles County Public Health revealed on Wednesday there were a whopping 26,754 new cases recorded that day alone.Picard is just the latest of many shows to shut down due to omicron, including NCIS and Chicago Fire.Picard follows the iconic Jean-Luc Picard in the next chapter of his life, with Patrick Stewart reprising his character from Star Trek: The Next Generation.

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