In an update released Wednesday April 18, 2018, the Free Speech Coalition announced that all of the performer’s first-generation PASS contacts have now returned clear, and consequently adult content production can be resumed immediately.
A production hold began one week ago, when a PASS database-listed adult performer tested positive for HIV.
The wording of the FSC release (that all the potentially ‘exposed’ “performers used both condoms and testing on shoots”) lends credence to the supposition that the performers in question work on either the gay or trans side of adult production.
The FSC statement:
PASS medical advisors have alerted FSC that the performer’s first-generation PASS contacts have now all returned clear.
Because of the earlier-than-expected turn-around in test results, the production hold can be lifted today, rather than Thursday. The PASS database will reopen at 10:30am PT. Production can resume as soon as the database is open.
Performers with current clear tests can return to work, following the 14-day industry standard. Performers who have expired tests can now retest.
We appreciate everyone’s commitment to the hold, to the health and safety of our performers, and the integrity of the PASS performer pool.
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