Dominion Required 40,000 COVID Tests During Filming

During the shooting of Mir Jurassic 3, 40,000 COVID tests were needed. Safety was of the utmost importance in creating the long-awaited sequel. The public health crisis remains a global phenomenon and the number of cases is increasing every day. The fact that Colin Trevroix and the film crew were able to finish the film with only a few setbacks is an amazing achievement. Millions of dollars were spent on unprecedented security protocols, including keeping the entire occupation and crew in an isolated bubble.

Colin Trevroix looked at the production of the weekend and realized that I couldn’t put it into words. It was awesome. Our crew and actors were very resilient. All producers have worked around the clock to make it as good as possible. It was inspiring. Of the 40,000 COVID-19 tests, only 0.25% were positive, or 100. Some of them were false positive, while others, which were actually positive results, were quarantined.

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The world of law: It took 18 months for the Dominion and this is the first major film to return to work after the pandemic began in March this year. Universal has a contract with a private medical institution that has called your doctor to ensure that all safety requirements are met. The studio believes that the COVID tests were the basis for their safety protocols, which probably made the actors and crew feel safe to work together again at such an uncertain time. Professional sports such as basketball, soccer and baseball have found a way to get back to work in a relatively safe environment with light bulbs.

In addition to the 40,000 COVID tests, Universal set up a police station in the green zone for the shooting, as all actors and crew were subjected to a daily temperature test. At each end of the Pinewood Studios, two continuous temperature test stations with a capacity of 1,000 people were built for two hours and doctors, nurses and isolation cabins were installed at each test station. It seems that the studio hasn’t made any concessions in preparing for the Jura world: The Dominion is operational again. It will be interesting to see what the cinema landscape will look like when the film is released.

Universal would have spent nearly $8 million on all the security protocols of the Jurassic world: The Dominion. Colin Trevroix looks like he had a good time, stuck together for so long. We lived together, ate together, told stories, shared our fears and hopes, played Frisbee on the lawn… There was a lot of laughter at a time when it was difficult to find something to laugh about, Trevroix says. The director is then reunited with his family before immersing himself in the post-production, which will probably take a long time. The deadline was the first to reveal the intensive safety measures that led to the creation of the Jura world: The Dominion during the pandemic.

Topics: Jurassic World 3, Jurassic Park

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