ABC Network has come up with a plan to get their casts and crews back to work ASAP. However, that isn’t going to come easily. Many precautions and guidelines are being out into place so that individuals may return to they roles as soon as possible.
General Hospital news and spoilers had previously revealed that production would not commence until at least August. However, at that time, that’s what was believed to be true due to the California Government’s strict social distancing and stay at home order.
General Hospital cast members such as James Patrick Stuart (Valentine Cassadine) and Nancy Lee Grahn (Alexis Davis), tweeted that they would not be back to work until at least August.
General Hospital news can now report that it’s highly possible filming will return sooner than anticipated.
A Plan Of Action
ABC Network is working with the union for actors, along with other filming studios to come up with a safe and cautious way to get people back to work. If California Governor, Gavin Newson, gives the OKAY to resume, the plan of action must start with hiring a Covid-19 Compliance Officer. The plan includes needing a doctor’s note if you are 65 years of age or older, hand washing stations, mask wearing requirements, and cast and crew will be required to carry around hand sanitizer, along with more guidelines.
When Will GH Resume Filming?
General Hospital Executives, along with TPTB over at ABC Network have ironed out what seems to be a solid plan of action to safely return to work. If California Governor, Gavin Newsom, gives the green light, GH could start back up production this month.
This is fantastic and hopeful news for the network, cast and crew, and fans alike. It will be great to see new episodes of General Hospital sooner than originally anticipated.
If you’re as excited as we are, share the news with all your GH fan friends!
Marie is an avid General Hospital fan. Her passion for writing and the compelling nature of the storylines is a perfect equation for writing a GH blog. Micki has a Bachelor of Science degree from Oakland University and spends time writing poetry and song lyrics.