Government guidelines state that if an individual displays symptoms of coronavirus then they should self-isolate for two weeks, and therefore should not leave their home. In the UK, there have been 187,000 confirmed cases with 28,446 deaths, with new measures put in place to help curb the spread of the virus, including a nationwide lockdown and social distancing. Now it seems that journalist and Good Morning Britain (GMB) TV presenter Piers Morgan is following best practice as he has revealed that he will temporarily take a step back from presenting the news programme, after developing ‘mild’ coronavirus symptoms, reported the BBC. Sharing the news with his 7.4million Twitter followers on Sunday evening, Morgan said: “On medical advice, and out of an abundance...
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