‘Jane’ Stops Production in New Mexico After Two COVID Cases

Jane,” a feature film from startup studio Creator Plus, has halted production after two COVID cases on set in New Mexico.

The film stars Madelaine Petsch (“Riverdale”), who is also a producer. None of the cast has tested positive, according to the company. The shutdown is expected to last for six days.

In a statement, Creator Plus said that the cases were detected “while adhering to strict safety daily testing protocols.”

“As a result, we immediately implemented a six-day shutdown, which started yesterday (as a half day) from the initial case we received,” the company said in a statement on Wednesday. “All lead actors are continuing to test negative

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