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The coronavirus dominates every live TV show as viewers receive the latest updates and news about the epidemic. And in today’s episode of Good Morning Britain, Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid were joined by former Who Wants To Be A Millionaire host Chris Tarrant, who stunned those watching at home when he speculated on the origin of Covid-19.

Piers started: “First of all, how is the isolation? “

And Chris replied, “It’s good, but it’s very scary. We came back from London about four weeks ago, we were locked in the deepest Berkshire of the last month.

“It’s scary, it’s horrible what’s going on. I don’t have conspiracy theories – I don’t normally believe it, “he said.

” [But] I find it very difficult to accept that a man in China eating a bat caused this world scale of chaos and horror.

“I find it very hard to believe. I can’t understand that at all, ”added Chris.

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Those watching the interview at home were confused by his comments and went to Twitter to discuss it.

One wrote, “Chris Tarrant, first, with a conspiracy theory on #GMB -” I find it hard to believe it was all caused by a guy in China eating a bald- mouse. “”

“Chris Tarrant finds it very difficult to believe that a man in China eating a bat caused this global crisis. If you don’t understand things, you don’t have to comment on them, “said someone else.

Another added, “Very frightening at the start of the interview, Chris Tarrant was about to explain his coronavirus conspiracy theory. “

“It is a likely scenario but we will never know. The market was cleaned up fairly quickly. We can only speculate, ”she added.

At 9:00 a.m. on April 12, 350,575 tests were completed, with 18,000 tests completed on April 11, gov.uk.

282,374 people were tested, including 84,279 positive.

At 5 p.m. on April 17, of those hospitalized in the UK who tested positive for coronavirus, 10,621 died and the risk level for the UK remains high.

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