RELATED STORIES A team participant on CBS’ FBI: Most Wanted examined positive previously this month for coronavirus– as well as the director of a recent episode is “angry” that she was not educated until after the fact.
“A Human Resource person simply called to tell me that somebody on the team of my last work checked favorable for Covid 19,” Lexi Alexander, whose directing resume likewise consists of LA’s Finest, S.W.A.T., Supergirl as well as Arrow, tweeted on Thursday evening. “Then she delicately informed me not to worry that I’m possibly not contaminated. I’m angry.”
Alexander took place to assert that after obtaining 10 minutes of “actually poor guidance” from the HR rep, she informed the female “she sounded like a person from the Trump administration and also she was audibly stunned by my action. Just how else am I mosting likely to react to a person who claims if you don’t feel unwell by now you’re most likely all right?”
Our sibling site Variety obtained a memorandum sent on Thursday morning from manufacturing studio NBC Universal to the FBI: Most Wanted actors and staff. It purportedly specified that the contaminated team member obtained his/her medical diagnosis on March 18, but had actually not gotten on the collection because March 11. (Production on the Dick Wolf procedural, just like lots of other TV programs, shut down on March 12.) The NBCU memorandum apparently asserted the staff participant “had actually already recuperated from a light situation by the time the examination results returned today.”
Mild case or not, Alexander contends that actors as well as staff ought to have been informed in real time, before covering and heading residence to possibly other cities, states or nations.
“This isn’t concerning me. I have no problem staying separated at home for an additional 10 days or longer,” she tweeted. “There are probably 200 individuals on this staff and also all of them are obtaining negative encourage. No one is told to quarantine.”
Associates for CBS as well as NBCU did not promptly respond to TVLine;’s request for comment.