Two popular Mexican actresses who star in the soap opera "Te Doy la VIda" (I Give You Life), which is currently on TV, are said to be infected with Covid-19.
Lucero Suárez, as executive producer, recognizes the truth of the news. As a result, she had to review the entire final part of the plot of the story, considering that the two actresses infected with Covid-19 will not be able to continue filming because they are in quarantine.
"Te Doy la Vida" is a popular soap opera that is currently broadcasting in Mexico and premiered on Channel 2 on open TV (Canal de las Estrellas) on March 23, 2020.
This series is produced by Lucero Suárez for Televisa, and is an adaptation of the Chilean soap opera of the same name written by María José Galleguillos.
"I Give You Life" stars several famous Mexican actors and actresses such as José Ron, Eva Cedeño, Jorge Salinas, Erika Buenfil and the Cuban actor César Évora.
The soap opera"Te Doy La Vida" tells the story of Nicolás (Leonardo Herrera), a six-year-old boy suffering from leukemia. To heal, he needs a bone marrow transplant that can only be obtained from his biological father.
In such a situation, the child's adoptive parents, Elena (Eva Cedeño) and Ernesto (Jorge Salinas), must find the whereabouts of Nicolás' biological father. The search led them to a mechanical workshop where Pedro (José Ron) works.
The presence of Elena and Ernesto reveals to Pedro the secret: the existence of a son from a relationship in the past.
Meanwhile, although initially the producer kept the identity of the actresses infected with Covid-19 secret, one of the artists finally dared to speak.
Rocío de Santiago, Actress (Pic: twitter @_ChioUribe)
This is the actress Rocío de Santiago, who got positive after testing for the Covid-19 at the filming location in early May 2020.
Rocío de Santiago revealed to the local media that, although she tested positive for the coronavirus, she had no symptoms (positive asymptomatic). However, the doctors told her to consume vitamins.
Confirmed the result, the beautiful actress from the city of Mazatlán, in the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, who now remains isolated, said that she was concerned about the health of her family, considering that she lived together with her parents, brothers and grandparents, who are 85 years old.