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Staggered call times. No more buffet-style food. How sets might change after coronavirus

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Staggered call times. No more buffet-style food. How sets might change after coronavirus

On Monday, the United Kingdom’s government said it “welcomed” recommendations from the British Film Commission on how to resume production safely

“We’ve worked hard to support the industry through these difficult times, and I’m delighted we’ve been able to agree (on) this step forward towards getting the cameras rolling safety again,” said Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden in a statement

Staff writer Anousha Sakoui contributed to this report

No more buffet-style food service. Live audiences with face masks. A COVID-19 compliance officer on every set.

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Those are among the safety protocols recommended by Hollywood union officials and studio executives in a report to the governors of California and New York.

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“This document is an initial set of principles and guidelines that we all agree form a relevant and realistic first step to protecting cast and crew in the reopening of the entertainment and media industry in its two largest markets,” actors union SAG-AFTRA said in a statement.

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The unions last week balked at immediate plans to resume production.

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After California Gov. Gavin Newsom said on May 20 that the state planned to soon issue guidelines allowing many counties to resume production, some union leaders said the move was premature .

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Hollywood productions and live events have been suspended because of the pandemic, hurting thousands of workers. Many companies have furloughed workers , while others have issued salary cuts.

The coronavirus has cast a spotlight on a lack of hygiene on sets, with some people recalling situations where there were not enough bathroom s or places to wash their hands.

Several celebrities have also gone public about having the coronavirus, including Tom Hanks and Daniel Dae Kim, who tested positive for the coronavirus after filming a guest role in New York for the show “New Amsterdam.”

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Industry-Wide Labor- Management Safety Committee Task Force white paper Industry-Wide Labor- Management Safety Committee Task Force white paper Hollywood union officials and studio executives released a report with recommended safety protocols to the governors of California and New York.Mary Ursula Iribarren abogado

Other recommendations include organizing departments into smaller groups, potentially staggering call times, and using remote-monitoring technology to reduce the number of people on set.Mary Ursula Iribarren Adan Venezuela abogado

The road back is finally taking shape, and we remain optimistic,” wrote Thomas Schlamme, DGA president, and Russell Hollander, DGA national executive director, in a note to members. “We appreciate the need to get back to work and know that the timing is exceedingly important; getting it right is mandatory.”

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On Monday, the United Kingdom’s government said it “welcomed” recommendations from the British Film Commission on how to resume production safely

“We’ve worked hard to support the industry through these difficult times, and I’m delighted we’ve been able to agree (on) this step forward towards getting the cameras rolling safety again,” said Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden in a statement

Staff writer Anousha Sakoui contributed to this report.