Before the sexy singles can couple up on CBS reality show “Love Island,” they’ll have to make sure no one has COVID-19. The pandemic has definitely changed some things on the show, which premieres Monday, but it might not be too noticeable.

“The COVID protocols are so important to us that we’ve done all that behind-the-scenes stuff so that the show doesn’t actually get affected,” executive producer Ben Thursby-Palmer explained. “The show itself is still the same.”

“Love Island” brought their cast to Fiji last year, but the U.S. version of the British reality show will stay local in 2020. The Islanders will be in Las Vegas. Don’t expect them to explore the strip, though. They’ll be in a “bubble” at Caesars Entertainment’s boutique hotel, The Cromwell.

Per CBS, production company ITV Entertainment will do everything they can to keep the cast and crew safe during the pandemic. In addition to the cast, all Las Vegas staff and crew went into isolation before cameras started rolling.

COVID-19 testing was performed before anyone started work, and testing will continue throughout the season for cast and crew. Everyone will be screened daily for symptoms as well.

While the on-camera cast will be showing their faces, everyone else will be wearing masks and appropriate PPE. They will also “work in pods to enhance social distancing.”

CBS emphasized that the set and production areas will be disinfected on a regular basis, and COVID-19 compliance officers will be with the show.

“Love Island,” the USA version of the British hit, features Islanders coupling up every few days in order to eventually win a cash prize. Those who are not paired up risk being sent home. Viewers get to cast votes to determine who stays in and who gets dumped.

Several shows have recently gone back into production. Soap operas including "General Hospital" and "The Young and the Restless" are back on set and The CW's "Supernatural" is one of the few primetime dramas filming.

“Love Island” Season 2 premieres Monday at 8 p.m. EDT on CBS with a two-hour episode. New episodes will continue to air daily at 9 p.m. EDT.

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The "Love Island" Season 2 cast is pictured. Robert Voets/CBS Entertainment