Mnet's observation reality show, 'I-LAND,' is back at recording onset after taking proper safety measures following a POSITIVE COVID–19 case, Soompi reported.

On August 15, it was revealed that a member of their janitorial service, employed by the show's production team, tested positive for COVID-19. According to the report, the individual visited the set of 'I-LAND' on August 12 to carry out duties and was tagged along wearing a mask.

On the afternoon, August 17 (Monday), Mnet revealed to Koreaboo that 'I-LAND' has partially resumed filming on the set in Paju. The proper disinfection of the premise was completed over the weekend by the hardworking sanitation staff.

All trainees, cast members, and some of the production staff have luckily tested negative from the deadly virus. A few percentages of the staff population are still waiting for their results, and they will not be allowed to step inside the set until their results come out for their safety and their colleague's safety.

Fans are always hoping for the health of staff and trainees of the show.

I-LAND is an observation reality show that targets the creation process of next-generation K-pop artists. The show was created by Big Hit Entertainment's and CJ EM Entertainment's joint company BELIF+Lab and directed by award-winning and veteran actor, director, and screenwriter Min Namgoong.

The program will share the process, challenges, and hardships of participants competing against and working with each other to reach their goals. The show has been working for a long time, and auditions wrapped up starting in March 2019: in Seoul, US, Japan, and more.

The show mainly focuses on male applicants born between 1997 and 2008, giving a chance to this generation's talented people and a chance to stardom.

In the 7th episode of 'I-LAND,' BTS visited the trainee building and talked to them personally by giving out pieces of advice and words of inspiration.