Coronavirus: this morning, it may be necessary to film from the homes of the presenters


Morning star Eamonn Holmes, 60, hinted that the daytime ITV show might no longer be filmed in his London studios.

A number of television favorites were forced to suspend filming during the coronavirus pandemic, but Eamonn and his wife Ruth Langsford and fellow hosts Holly Willougby and Phillip Schofield were still on the sofa for This Morning.

The reason the popular series continued is that the government has classified the series as “an essential service at this time to bring you the latest news on the virus.”

But the setup could head for a change as we enter the fourth week of nationwide lockout.

Eamonn suggested Thursday that This Morning may soon be presented from different guesthouses.

While he and Ruth were talking to Joel Dommett, via video chat, about his new show presented from his home.

Eamonn said, “We are really looking to the future.

Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford
Morning star Eamonn Holmes, 60, hinted that the daytime ITV show might no longer be filmed in his London studios

“I think in a short time from now Ruth and I will be home to present This Morning, that’s how it is.

“Everyone’s program will be done at home. I think you are ahead. “

The magazine series was full of segments on Covid-19 and the show’s Doctor Chris revealed the three foods we should be eating to help fight the coronavirus earlier this week.

Dr. Chris explained that we can strengthen our immune system and give us a better chance of fighting the deadly virus by changing our diet.

He also advised the public to get as much vitamin D as possible to help our bodies get better.

“Your immune system protects you from viruses and bacteria,” he said.

“I advise you to increase the population of good bacteria by eating yogurt, Greek yogurt.

“If you look at the label on the yogurt, you might see long names, these are the names of the bacteria found there. “

On Thursday, Eamonn suggested that This Morning may soon be presented by different host families as the foreclosure continues.

He continued, “Increase the population of good bacteria, so you have to feed them by taking pro biotics found in foods like beans.” “

He recommended eating all kinds of beans, as well as bananas.

“These are good, simple, inexpensive ways to feed your army of good bacteria. “

He also recommended taking vitamin D, which we get from the sun.

“We are all low in vitamin D, and we should be taking vitamin D,” he said, explaining that we were running out of hormones because it was winter.

Joel explained how he had filmed his new show from home and Eamonn said This Morning could be the next

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He read a research document stating that vitamin D helped fight the coronavirus.

“Look for vitamin D3 on the label,” he added.

Ruth clarified, “Obviously, this thing is not going to keep you from getting [coronavirus] but it’s good for boosting your immune system. ”

Dr. Chris added, “No living doctor has seen anything like this” as he discussed the new pandemic.

“We are learning this virus every day. “

* This morning is broadcast on weekdays from 10am on ITV.


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