Jon Landau has tested negative for COVID-19 after his completeion of 14-day isolation and he is ready to join his fellow crew in New Zealand. He announced this news in an instagram post on sunday morning. Jon Landau was sent to quarantine after he landed in New Zealand on 31st May as according to COVID-19 guidelines in New Zealand, any person arriving from outside to the country has to practice self-isolation for 14 days.
Below is the message that Jon posted on his Instagaram:
Before we left Los Angeles, we all did a strict 8-day self-isolation and each of the 31 of us traveling had a COVID-19 RT-PCR test with negative results. The flight New Zealand went without any hiccups and we were soon on several different buses to the hotel where we would be quarantined. The check-in was done in a private room with physical distancing practiced the entire time. From there each of us immediately went into our 14-day Managed Isolation alone in our rooms. Today, we completed our Manage Isolation, which included all of us testing negative again for COVID. Now, looking forward to joining our Kiwi crew and getting back into production.
Earlier New Zelaand changed its rule to allow high-value workers for projects of national or regional significance into the country after opposition accused the gov't of double standards following the decision to let filmmaker James Cameron and his crew into the country to film the “Avatar” sequel.
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