‘Schitt’s Creek’ Fans Asked Not To Visit Shooting Locations Amid Coronavirus Crisis

Everyone involved in “Schitt’s Creek” wants their fans to keep safe during the coronavirus crisis.

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The official Twitter account for the show tweeted out their appreciation for fans wanting to see the shooting locations but asked that they come back when the COVID-19 crisis is over.

Star Dan Levy also asked fans to show respect for Goodwood residents’ health and safety by staying home.

Dave Barton, mayor of Uxbridge, the township of which Goodwood is a part, told The Hollywood Reporter, “We love that we have been chosen as the home of ‘Schitt’s Creek’ and we have enjoyed meeting and hosting the fans of the show, especially the Schitt Heads who have come to visit our beautiful community. We look forward to welcoming fans in the future when the borders are once again open and travel advisories and health care crises have abated.”

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In Ontario, emergency measures have been put in place, including the mandatary shutdown of non-essential businesses.

Ontario has confirmed 588 cases of the virus province-wide so far.

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