Love Island's summer series could be under threat, following the declaration of the coronavirus as a "global pandemic".
The ITV dating series is filmed on the island of Majorca, where there are currently 10 reported cases of the virus.
Spain has the fifth-highest number of cases of the coronavirus worldwide, with the government going to great lengths to prevent COVID-19 from spreading further afield.
Love Island is due to start filming in June, but the global pandemic could throw a spanner in the works according to The Sun Online.
Insiders allegedly told the publication that the crew are seeking guidance from the World Health Organisation and Public Health England.
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The team are said to be putting a contingency plan in place, preparing for the worst if the virus continues to prove a threat this summer.
Daily Star Online has contacted ITV for comment.
Love Island isn't the only TV series in danger – Riverdale has shut down production in Vancouver, Canada.
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A member of the crew was exposed to a coronavirus patient, threatening the health of the cast and production team.
A Warner Bros representative told TMZ: "We are working closely with the appropriate authorities and health agencies in Vancouver to identify and contact all individuals who may have come into direct contact with our team member."
The teen drama has been produced in British Columbia since 2017, where there have been 39 confirmed COVID-19 cases so far.
Festivals have started to follow suit, as California music festival Coachella cancelled its April blow-out earlier in the week.
Instead, the East Coast festival has been rescheduled for October, with hopes the virus will be contained by that point.
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