Twins Arrive in Hong Kong in Hazmat Suits
Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, Hong Kong web drama Female Medical Examiner JD <女法醫JD> has to temporarily halt production in Malaysia. Its cast members, including Twins’ Charlene Choi (蔡卓妍) and Gillian Chung (鍾欣潼), Kenny Kwan (關智斌), Carlos Chan (陳家樂), and Jeana Ho (何珮瑜) all returned to Hong Kong from Malaysia last night, greeting reporters while wearing hazmat suits.
“They’re show props,” said Charlene when asked about the hazmat suits. “We asked to borrow them. It’s impossible to buy these in the market now! We were lucky.”
“Everything is indefinitely closed, so might as well come back home,” said Kenny. “We don’t know how long the wait is going to be.”
Per Hong Kong law, the cast will have to stay quarantined at home for 14 days while wearing their location wristband. “It won’t make a difference,” said Carlos. “We were already quarantined in Malaysia, so we might as well come back and be happier quarantined at home. The outbreak is getting worse in Malaysia. We didn’t even have the option to go out.”
Kenny said he has already purchased a treadmill to exercise at home.
Their management and the show’s producer, EEG, will have testing kits available to conduct COVID-19 tests on their artistes.
This article is written by Addy for JayneStars.com.
So glad, grateful, and thankful that the girls are back home in HK safe and no longer have to be stuck in Malaysia enduring a lockdown enacted by a freaking incompetent government, one that should have prevented that god damn religious (tabligh) gathering from even taking place, that is apparently going to last for a really long time. Praying for Charlene’s and Gillian’s good health in the next 14 days
I think it’s a bit extreme to pray for Gillian and Charlene. Why don’t you save it for the ones who are ill now?
@jimmyszeto of course I would pray for all who are ill and hope for their speedy recovery from this disease, as well as the frontliners fighting this outbreak, such as police officers, healthcare professionals, paramedics, cleaning workers, and public transport workers too. But I just wanna express my hopes and prayers that God protect Charlene and Gillian from this virus outbreak. You can choose not to believe in the power of God’s protection, but I choose to believe so.
@jimmyszeto Did you send prayers? Not only for those who are currently ill, but frontline medical workers too
No I didn’t send prayers. I’m an atheist. Obviously I hope these people are well..
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