‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Inga Cadranel (Harmony Miller) Quitting Soap Because Of Covid-19

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‘General Hospital’ (GH) spoilers find that Inga Cadranel will soon be saying good-bye to her character, Harmony Miller. The actress says that because of the Covid-19 pandemic, she is being forced to quit the soap, simply because she is having a hard time filming both ‘General Hospital’ in Los Angeles and her new Netflix sitcom Workin’ Moms in Canada. Here’s what you need to know.

The beautiful brunette began her Instagram post by thanking her fans and followers for their support while she was on her daytime television journey. She then wrote, “I love everyone involved in this show to bits and pieces. I am forever grateful to the producers, actors, and fans for making me feel so welcome.”

‘General Hospital’ Spoilers: Inga Cadranel Quitting Soap Because Of Covid-19

Inga then said she’s been finding it very difficult to shoot in two different countries in the middle of a global pandemic. Plus, her family is based in Canada, which makes it even harder for her each time she has to travel to Los Angeles to film for ‘General Hospital’.

“I wish times were different and COVID wasn’t a factor in the landscape right now,” Cadranel continued, “but shooting in Canada and going to L.A. to then continue shooting here with quarantine timing and my children, we just couldn’t make the schedule work. I will treasure my time on GH forever… and you never know what the future may bring.”

Watch this space, as we have a feeling that this won’t be the last that we see of Inga! However, it’s been noted that if Harmony is to remain a part of Cyrus’ storyline as it unfolds, the soap will be forced to recast with an L.A.-based actress. 

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