Entertainment TV How Could the Coronavirus Affect Production on 'The Bachelorette' ? Bachelor in Paradise and Bachelor Summer Games are also set to film and air later this summer By Jodi Guglielmi Jodi Guglielmi Instagram Twitter Writer-Reporter, PEOPLE People Editorial Guidelines and Aili Nahas Aili Nahas Aili Nahas is the West Coast Deputy News Editor at PEOPLE. She is also the TV deputy in Los Angeles as well as the Weddings Editor. Aili has spent nearly two decades in the entertainment industry and 12 years at PEOPLE. People Editorial Guidelines Published on March 11, 2020 12:57 PM Share Tweet Pin Email The upcoming season of The Bachelorette could look a little different thanks to the coronavirus (COVID-19). As filming for Clare Crawley‘s season of The Bachelorette nears, Warner Bros. released a statement addressing the growing concerns about the pandemic, revealing that travel plans for the show will be evaluated on a “case-by-case basis.” “As the health and safety of our talent and employees are always our primary concerns, production travel is being evaluated on a case-by-case basis, factoring in the latest information from a variety of organizations, including the CDC, WHO, U.S. State Department and in-territory local health agencies,” the statement read. Along with The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and the newly announced Bachelor Summer Games are set to film and air later this summer. Clare Crawley. Paul Hebert/ABC According to Robert Mills, ABC’s senior vice president of alternative programming, discussions about Summer Games are ongoing. See How People Around the World Are Coping During the Coronavirus Outbreak “Well, it is an issue, certainly, because this is a show that has an international cast, too,” he said last week on Julia Cunningham’s SiriusXM Bachelor Recap. “So it’s definitely — these are things that are being talked about, I will say. So let’s hope Bachelor Summer Games happens.” ABC/John Fleenor Bachelor in Paradise is typically filmed at the Playa Escondida Resort in Sayulita, Mexico. Mexico has reported cases of COVID-19 but does not currently have travel advisories in place by the CDC or State Department. It is still unclear how the coronavirus will impact the filming of Bachelor in Paradise and Summer Games. Chris Harrison. John Fleenor/ABC Is It Safe to Travel Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak? Here’s What Experts and Agencies Say As of March 11, there have been 1,015 confirmed cases of coronavirus in the U.S. and 31 deaths. There are now 113,584 confirmed cases of coronavirus and 4,378 deaths worldwide. In recent weeks, a number of countries have been deemed unsafe to visit by the State Department and Centers for Disease Control, and the former announced on Sunday that U.S. citizens should not board cruise ships, regardless of their destination, as they’re particularly susceptible to outbreaks of illness. Currently, the CDC recommends that travelers avoid all nonessential travel to Italy, China, South Korea and Iran, noting that entry of foreign nationals from China and Iran into the U.S. is currently suspended.