Coronavirus Puts The Entertainment Industry In Check

Various shows have suffered the ravages caused by the health alert that has been issued globally.

According to the World Health Organization, the coronavirus They are an extensive family of viruses that can cause disease in both animals and humans.


In humans, it is known that several coronavirus they cause respiratory infections that can range from the common cold to more serious diseases such as the Middle East respiratory syndrome (MERS) and severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS). The coronavirus which has been discovered more recently causes disease by coronavirus COVID-19 and this serious evil is not only affecting global stock markets, as cases increase and concern about their impact on the entertainment industry also grows.

A clear example of the above is that while in recent days, the World Health Organization (WHO) asked everyone to prepare for a “potential pandemic” in the face of increasing new cases coronavirus outside of China, the filming of the new film adventure of Tom Cruise Mission Impossible, It was postponed until further notice.

Paramount Pictures stopped the production of the seventh film of Mission: Impossible He was going to film for three weeks in Venice. More than 200 people have tested positive for the virus in Italy, the largest number outside of Asia. Although most cases have occurred in the nearby region of Lombardy, authorities said three people tested positive for the virus in Venice.

Upon the cancellation of the Chinese premiere of James Bond: No time to die, the closure of the Ghibli museum in Japan or the stoppage of filming of Mission Impossible 7 in Italy, Sonic, the film, whose premiere has been postponed in the country where the outbreak originated, has now been added. This was announced by the Chinese division of Paramount Pictures in a statement confirming that the premiere, scheduled for Friday, February 29, has only been postponed and that a new date will be set “shortly.”

The K-Pop BTS group asked its supporters to stay away from their presentations due to the high risk of infection by the coronavirus (COVID-19), BBC News reported.

The South Korean boyband sent emails to members of their fan club in which they reported that the group will record some live presentations for television channels in Seoul, but that there will be no access to the public for the disease that has caused the deaths of thousands of people, especially in China.

“Health has always been important, but it is good to remember these days, so our message is love and love, because it is very risky to leave. We hope you take care,” says the text.

But K-pop It was not the only group affected, groups of Thrash Metal Testament, Exodus and Death Angel had to cancel the concert they had planned at the Live Club of Trezzo, Italy, as a sanitary measure and in the wake of the epidemic, the bands gave Know the suspension of the event, as a precaution, through social networks.

Likewise, the famous Venice Carnival, which attracts thousands of visitors to Italy every year, came to an end two days earlier than scheduled, after that country registered the worst outbreak of the coronavirus in European territory, with seven confirmed deaths. The announcement of the early closing of the traditional party came less than 24 hours after the government of Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte reported on the imposition of “extraordinary measures” to contain the progression of the disease.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

+ 15 = 25