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Here's How 'Big Brother All Stars' Contestants Will Be Kept Safe Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Here's How 'Big Brother All Stars' Contestants Will Be Kept Safe Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

The Big Brother All-Stars season debuts this coming Wednesday on CBS and we’re finding out details about how the contestants will be kept safe amid the Coronavirus pandemic.

“As we speak right now, they’re quarantining by themselves in homes that we’ve rented for them,” host Julie Chen told ET of the contestants (who have not been revealed but some names have leaked.) “They’re getting tested every few days. They will go in once they’ve been clean and clear for at least 14 days and then even once they get in the house, they’re still going to be tested. They have no contact with anyone.”

“I’m doing testing. I’m doing testing again and then I’m going to do more testing,” Julie added. “I’ll be farther than ever from the houseguests as they get evicted. No hugs, not even a Chenbot handshake.”

“There’s too much on the line to not go above and beyond the protocol to make sure everyone is safe,” she continued.

She added, “If you ask me, once you’re in the Big Brother house, it might be one of the safest places to be.

We have new details about the premiere if you missed it!

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