28 Jul – Jacquelin Chong is not at all worried by the decision made by producers of her new movie, "Time" (working title) to not halt production despite the rising number of cases of COVID-19 in Hong Kong.
As reported on Singtao Daily, the actress who stars in the said movie alongside sister Lisa Ch'ng, Mat Yeung, and Raymond Cho, stated that the production have chosen locations that are centralised, which makes it more safe for everybody involved.
"There were only a dozen or so actors and crew members, so there isn't a lot of people gathering at one place," she said.
Jacquelin stated that she works mostly with Raymond Cho and Brian Burrell, adding in jest, "If they are fine, then I am fine!"
When asked about the decision not to suspend production, a representative of the film stated that they would continue to strengthen preventive measures instead.
"We would have temperature checks before entering the location. Each crew would have sanitisers with them and are required to wear face masks at all time. Actors also have to wear face masks when they are not in front of the camera," the rep stated.
(Photo Source: Jacquelin Chong Instagram)