Ross Kemp triggers OUTRAGE as he visits an intensive care unit for a new documentary on the coronavirus

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Ross Kemp has been criticized for visiting a critical care unit for coronavirus patients at Milton Keynes Hospital with a team of cameras.

Investigative reporter, 55, went to Twitter on Friday to share a video of him wearing PPE mask inside the hospital after announcing his new show Ross Kemp: On the Front Line from the NHS.

The clip has led thousands of people to criticize the star for being “completely irresponsible” and “tasteless” for making a documentary on Covid-19.

Indignation: Ross Kemp was criticized for visiting an intensive care unit for coronavirus patients at Milton Keynes hospital with a team of cameras

Indignation: Ross Kemp was criticized for visiting an intensive care unit for coronavirus patients at Milton Keynes Hospital with a team of cameras

Ross told his disciples, “I have just been equipped for PPE and we are about to go to an intensive care unit at Milton Keynes hospital to witness the incredible efforts of the doctors treating the patients of Covid 19. Please note that we will not be depleting the hospital PPE stock # COVID19 #coronavirus #nhs’.

He added, “I want everyone to be clear, even if we use NHS masks, we are actually replacing them with the ones we brought.

“They are exactly the same and the Health Trusts are happy that we do. The reason we wear the same masks that doctors and nurses wear is that we don’t cause alarms to patients, so it’s a matter of comfort.

“But I can assure you that we don’t take anything from the NHS.”

Controversy: Investigative reporter, 55, went to Twitter on Friday to share a video of him wearing PPE mask inside the hospital after announcing his new show

Controversy: Investigative reporter, 55, went to Twitter Friday to share a video of him wearing PPE mask inside the hospital after announcing his new show

Documentary: Ross said: 'I have just been equipped for PPE and we are about to enter an intensive care unit at Milton Keynes hospital to assist the efforts of doctors treating COVID-19' ''

Documentary: Ross said, “I have just been equipped for PPE and are about to go to an intensive care unit at Milton Keynes Hospital to assist the efforts of the doctors treating COVID-19”

Answer: After the backlash from Milton Keynes hospital:

Answer: After the backlash from Milton Keynes Hospital: “We spend a minimum of time in high-risk areas and make sure the crew wear full PPE, in accordance with national guidelines”

Anger: the clip prompted thousands of people to criticize the star for being

Anger: the clip prompted thousands of people to criticize the star for being “completely irresponsible” and “tasteless” for filming a documentary on COVID-19 on Twitter

Milton Keynes Hospital tweeted, “We spend the minimum amount of time in high-risk areas and make sure the crew wear full PPE, according to national guidelines. As @RossKemp says, they replace any PPE used. We hope that this program will provide vital and reassuring information to the general public.

MailOnline contacted representatives of Ross and Milton Keynes Hospital for further comments.

Ross’ video sparked mass outrage and sparked his name on Twitter, with people mentioning the star more than 6,000 times at the time of publication.

One of them wrote, “Does my family come to see me before I die, no no, it’s just Ross Kemp and a film crew who are going to film this if you don’t mind. “

Fury: However, Ross' video sparked mass scandal and sparked his name on Twitter, with people mentioning the star more than 6,000 times at the time of publication.

Fury: However, Ross’ video sparked mass scandal and sparked his name on Twitter, with people mentioning the star more than 6,000 times at the time of publication.

Another person added, “Ross, this really doesn’t need to be done. Go home.

A third rang: ‘No. Quite simply not. If you have PPE, you exhaust the available supply. You have no medical training and can’t help, just hinder. You do not adhere to government advice, as this work is certainly not essential. Go home.’

A fourth typed: “It’s about as bad as you will get. “Look at me, I’m Ross”…. ‘, While a fifth said,” Pure madness to allow Ross Kemp to ‘

‘Is it just me or is it absolutely ridiculous ??? People are fighting for their lives, unable to receive visits from family or friends, and the great Ross Kemp arrives with a film crew ?? Added another Twitter user.

Ross announced on Friday that he was filming the show, which will air next Thursday, to document how doctors worked tirelessly on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.

Ross announced on Friday that he was filming the show, which will air next Thursday, to document how doctors worked tirelessly on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.

Ross announced on Friday that he was filming the show, which will air next Thursday, to document how doctors worked tirelessly on the front lines during the coronavirus pandemic.

The former soap star, who became famous as Grant Mitchell in EastEnders, said, “My team and I have been integrated into Milton Keynes … to tell the story of Covid-19. To show you the sacrifices that NHS staff are making on our behalf.

“We filmed on the front line with @NHSuk staff as they deal with the coronavirus pandemic and we follow the patients who are fighting Covid-19.

“First episode of Ross Kemp: on the NHS Frontline will be broadcast next Thursday at 8:30 am @itv. Please watch #COVID ー 19 # coronavirus. ‘

Kemp ventured into documentary filmmaking after appearing on the BBC soap opera.

In 2004, Kemp shot Ross Kemp on Gangs, a documentary series exploring the impact of modern gang culture in the UK and around the world.

He continues with the documentaries Ross Kemp in Afghanistan, Ross Kemp in search of pirates, Ross Kemp: Battle for the Amazon and Ross Kemp: Extreme World.

As a result, an 11-year-old child was among 917 patients who died in the UK on Saturday after being tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the total number of deaths to 9,875.

This is down from 980 deaths on Thursday, the highest recorded in a single day to date and even surpassed the worst days in Italy and Spain.

But that puts Britain on track to reach the dark threshold of 10,000 deaths on Easter Sunday, which the country will spend locked out.

The total number of cases also jumped today from 5,233 to 78,991 after 18,091 additional tests, down 1,025 from Friday.

Investigative reporter: Kemp ventured into documentary filming after his time on EastEnders (photographed during his documentary Ross Kemp: Extreme World

Investigative reporter: Kemp ventured into documentaries after his time on EastEnders (photographed during his documentary Ross Kemp: Extreme World

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