Cast member Ada Nicodemou spoke up in a video taken in her work fitting room about feeling “very empty” during the health crisis.
Home and Away, Australia’s iconic television series, has resumed its shooting schedule following the epidemic of coronavirus.
Ada Nicodemou, one of her longest-cast mates, opened up to fans on Tuesday about feeling “anxious and terrified” about COVID-19 as she prepared for another day of filming on location. “Hi everyone, just at work in my fitting room,” said the 42-year-old in a video posted on her Instagram account. “I don’t even know why I’m videoing, I just feel very scared and terrified.
“I don’t even know why I’m videoing, I just feel very scared and terrified. I trust everybody remains safe out there. Please be kind to everybody, we are going to get through it.
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Then the actress acknowledged that she was “only feeling very flat today,” before completing her post, “stay healthy.” Popular Home and Away soap shoots the inner scenes in Eveleigh in Sydney. HuffPost Australia has reported that a COVID-19 event was “in the house” recently. The outer scenes of the series are filmed at Palm Beach, NSW.
HuffPost Australia approached Channel Seven on request for comment. HuffPost Australia approached Channel Seven on request for comment.
The coronavirus epidemic has now impacted a variety of tv programs in the US and Britain. Two late-night programs from NBC—”The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon “and” Late Night with Seth Meyers”— stop development in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic
The shows won’t return until at least March 30, first recorded by The New York Times and Variety. Development on both BBC dramas Line of Duty and Peaky Blinders is halted as a precautionary step because the UK is struggling with the growing amount of COVID-19 incidents.
Meanwhile, in Australia, coronavirus has been evaluated successfully by Channel Nine entertainment correspondent Richard Wilkins and indigenous singer Thelma Plum. Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have signed up for COVID-19 when Down Under.