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Home and Away films the final scenes of the Covid-19 epidemic on Sydney’s northern beaches

On Wednesday, just one day before the Covid-19 epidemic on Sydney’s northern beaches, The Home and Away cast shot their final scenes for the year at Palm Beach.

Many of the stars of the episode, including Patrick O’Connor, Georgie Parker, and Ada Nicodemou, posted Instagram images from the set.

Patrick, 28, captioned a picture of himself with Georgie and fellow co-star Lukas Radovich, ‘The Fam is about to try out 2020,’

In the meantime, on set, Georgie celebrated her 56th birthday and shared a series of pictures of herself having fun with her peers.

‘Even though I worked on location all day, thanks to my lovely workmates, I had a wonderful birthday,’ she posted on Instagram.

‘Today at Palmy, the cast and amazing crew made me feel the warmth. Thank you for the updates and kindness.

In addition to Ada, Patrick and Lukas, Emily Weir and Emily Symons, who also shared a slew of selfies, joined her on site.

Ada, 43, who plays Home and Away with Leah Patterson-Baker, shared a few pictures from the set when paying tribute to Georgie on her birthday.

‘Happy birthday @georgieparker, have a nice day with 100% humidity,’ she posted.

She posted an image of herself and Patrick in a different post, and confirmed they barely get to work together because their characters are embroiled in multiple storylines.

A cluster of coronavirus cases had appeared on Sydney’s northern beaches on Thursday announced.

There’s nothing to say that Home and Away’s cast and crew have been impacted.

Six individuals have tested positive for the virus so far and the search is on behind the epidemic for the mystery super-spreader.

The authorities encourage people who have been in the city, even if they show the mildest signs, to come forward and get checked.

‘In the last few days before Christmas, we want to be on top of this and don’t want this to concern us and to ask everyone to be as cautious as ever,’ said New South Wales Premier Gladys Berejiklian.

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