“Star Trek: Picard” is dealing with a large COVID-19 outbreak on set.

According to THR, over 50 crew members have tested positive since Paramount+ postponed production on Jan. 3. It was supposed to be the first day back since Christmas break.

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The show does operate on the bigger side with a crew of over 450.

The virus has “impacted multiple zones, including cast in zone A” on the Sir Patrick Stewart-led series. Production is expected to start up again early next week.

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Numerous shows have had to postpone production due to the Omicron surge, including “The Late Late Show With James Corden“, “NCIS” and “Grey’s Anatomy”.