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Production On ‘RHOA’ Season 13 Suspended For 2 Weeks After Positive COVID-19 Test

It was a crew member that tested positive.

Production on RHOA Season 13 has been suspended for 2 weeks after a positive COVID-19 test, according to new reports.

Sources tell The Jasmine Brand exclusively that a positive test has hit The Real Housewives of Atlanta and that as a precaution, Bravo has shut down the production for at least 2 weeks to ensure the safety of the cast and crew.

“Everything is shut down right now,” sources told the gossip outlet, adding that it was a crew member and not a cast member that tested positive for COVID-19. “They’re pausing everything until everyone can be tested and quarantined.”

Cynthia Bailey, The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 13, RHOA Season 13, Bravo TV
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Cynthia Bailey was forced to cancel a recent event after production on RHOA Season 13 was suspended due to a positive COVID-19 test result.

“It’s a really scary situation because this affects more than just the cast, but their families as well,” added the source. As The Jasmine Brand reports, Cynthia Bailey was forced to cancel a planned event co-hosted by Porsha Williams as a result of the positive test.

This isn’t the first positive COVID-19 result to hit a Bravo production in recent weeks, however. As previously reported, production on Season 2 of Family Karma has also been halted for 2 weeks after a person affiliated with that production tested positive.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 13 premieres Sunday, December 6. Our Bravo TV coronavirus cheat sheet has been updated, as a result of the news.

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