While the Hollywood Foreign Press Association has invited presenters to appear in person at two locations, the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills and New York's Rainbow Room at the top of Rockefeller Center, it's a different story for the nominees. “It is our most important goal to keep the production of the 2021 Golden Globes safe,” reads a production letter emailed to nominees on Tuesday afternoon. “That’s why we are following all COVID protocols and guidelines outlined by the appropriate governmental offices/agencies, including the CDC, federal and local health departments, as well as those required in the entertainment industry back to work agreements. Our vision for the show is to have our nominees in a safe place, preferably their homes, surrounded only by people in their immediate households. The production is not comfortable with any other gatherings that are not supervised by our team. Thank you for understanding.” As Variety's Marc Malkin notes: "In other words, they don’t want to see gatherings like the cast of Schitt’s Creek did for the Emmys when Dan Levy, Eugene Levy, Catherine O’Hara and Annie Murphy got together at an event space in Toronto." He adds the Schitt's Creek cast will not be gathering together for this ceremony.