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Coronation Street filming to resume next week

by Leslie Monti (2020-07-29)

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Coronation Street filming will resume next week, bosses have confirmed, after production was halted by the coronavirus pandemic.

\ubdf0\ud2f0\uc778\uc0ac\uc774\ub4dc \ud55c\ud6a8\uc8fc \ucea1\uccd0Cast will return to set on Tuesday June 9 to produce new episodes, with a plan to make enough shows to continue airing three episodes a week to ensure the soap remains on-screen in July.  

ITV bosses also confirmed that older cast members will be kept at home during the first few weeks of filming, with star Andy Whyment revealing on Monday that kissing scenes will be banned in accordance with new social distancing measures. 






It's back! Coronation Street filming will resume next week, 토이 스토리 bosses have confirmed, after production was halted by the coronavirus pandemic














Coronation Street bosses confirmed that on Monday the soap's production team began a health and safety induction to familiarise themselves with the new protocols that are now in place throughout the studios and on the Coronation Street set. 






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The new safety measures are in accordance with the recently issued TV production guidelines which will be observed whilst filming the top ITV soap.

Crew have also begun preparations to ensure filming will resume next Tuesday (June 9) at the studios in Manchester, with recording initially producing three episodes a week.   






Stay home: Bosses confirmed that cast members over the age of 70, and with underlying health conditions will not return to set (Barbara Knox and Malcolm Hebden pictured)







Tragic: Corrie mainstays including Ken Barlow (played by William Roache, 88) won't be on screens, though it has been reported they may appear via. video calls


The return to filming will ensure the soap, which celebrates its 60th anniversary in December, stays on air in July. 

The new episodes will be scheduled following the instalments recorded earlier this year before the coronavirus pandemic halted production in March.

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