Claire Carley, a young actress from Mississippi, is currently taking precautions against the COVID-19 virus. While Claire Carley was originally cast in the upcoming television series Undying Faith late last year in October 2019, the company Kyo Production is currently postponing all scheduled scenes that were to be filmed during this month. Kyo Production is the production company that is producing the pilot or first episode of the television series Undying Faith. The postponement is due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the United States.
COVID-19 is a new type of respiratory disease that is in the coronavirus family. The disease appeared in China during December of 2019, which has since then spread to other nations across the globe including the United States. Due to it being a new disease, treatments are currently not known for the virus. Also, a plethora of businesses in the United States are currently closing or postponing their events because of the virus. Kyo Production is one of those businesses that is postponing. For more information on the symptoms of COVID-19, please visit the CDC.
“We just want to keep everyone safe.” The creator of the show, John Yang, stated.
However, Kyo Production is still rumored to have scenes scheduled for filming this late April.
Claire Carley currently plays the role and character Lydia Johnson in the pilot. Lydia Johnson is a young teenager who is making an adjustment of having to live in a world where Christianity is illegal.
The television series Undying Faith postponed scenes that were to include the character Lydia were to be filmed in Florence, AL. The scenes were rumored to depict some surprising twists to the current storyline that were scheduled on those particular days.
For all scenes that are postponed due to the COVID-19 virus, Kyo Production has expressed that they will resume production of Undying Faith’s postponed scenes whenever the danger of COVID-19 is no longer present.