East Enter stars Danny Dyer and Kelly Bright return to the set after the Corona virus outbreak

East Enter stars Danny Dyer and Kelly Bright return to the set after the Corona virus outbreak

Soap actors Danny Dyer and Kelly Bright have returned to East Enters after the BBC show’s Coronavius ​​erupted.

Danny, who plays Mick Carter, and Kelly, who is best known for playing Linda Carter, were filmed outside the Borehamwood studio on Monday.

The players who arrived exclusively for Kovid-19 – were ready for work when they entered the workplace.

Danny, 43, was wearing a face mask when he pulled out of the Porsche out of the heat.

Kelly, 44, was dropped off to board a People’s Carrier. She calmed down by walking in a pink jumper with jeans.

Danny Dyer is the film that hits East Entertainers Studios on Monday

Kelly also saw Bright at the entrance to the venue

Joe Newgent, the soap’s assistant director, was diagnosed with a corona virus following his illness, but returned to Albert Square after reports that he had worked with the cast for two more days.

His Kovid-19 test result was later returned positive.

Nugent is believed to have been silent about his corona virus symptoms at the time, and the show’s stars were “live” when the news broke.

Danny put on a mask

Kelly cut a serene look into a pink jumper

Accordingly The sunThe actors threatened a “riot” over a serious security failure, despite concerns about their health.

The publication claims that Nugent was quickly fired from his role as his superiors worked hard to calm the situation.

During the time on the Nugent set, television executives confirmed that no actor had tested positive.

An email was reportedly sent to the cast and crew following the set-up of the Covid-19 cases, which were taken care of to keep other safe.

When Danny’s temperature came up

Television executives have spent months making a comeback for East Enters after it stopped production earlier this year due to an epidemic.

A number of security measures have been put in place to keep the cast and crew safe during this unprecedented time.

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