Birmingham news Susanna Reid refuses Adil Ray hug as GMB viewers left squirming MetiNews.Com
MetiNews.Com - During the Monday May 17 episode, Good Morning Britain's Dr Hilary Jones issued a warning over hugging loved ones
Breaking News ! This is the awkward moment Susanna Reid snubbed Adil Ray's offer of a hug on Good Morning Britain today. During the Monday May 17 episode, Good Morning Britain's Dr Hilary Jones issued a warning over hugging loved ones. The medical professional and healthcare expert warned people should be careful. Adil, meanwhile, attempted to hug Susanna - but was rebuffed. Pubs and restaurants will be able to welcome customers back indoors, visits to the homes of friends and family can resume and the foreign holiday ban has ended. Hugs and other physical contact between households are also permitted for the first time since restrictions began more than a year ago. Read More Related Articles UK set to be colder than Scandinavia with washout weather forecast Read More Related Articles UK death toll rises by 7 as Indian variant threatens lockdown lift But the measures were eased as top scientists called for caution and warned of a "perilous moment", with the Indian variant feared to be as much as 50% more transmissible than the Kent strain. Adil said: "Let me just try, let me just try...
." Susanna joked: "No! No! I am still willing to do a virtual hug. "Adil, we need to do a full questionnaire. I need a lateral flow test and a PCR test both negative confirmed." Dr Hilary Jones, meanwhile, warned: "A lot of people are apprehensive." One viewer tweeted: "Well that attempt to hug Susannah failed miserably Adil. Better luck next time!" "Rationing your hugs is such a great idea! Be mindful," added another.
Elsewhere on the show, Dr Hilary showed how to hug safely. He advised wearing face coverings or face masks, turning your head away while talking, and only hugging people who wanted to be hugged. GMB continues to air each weekday at 6am.
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