“We’ll take every precaution”: Karl Stefanovic reveals that cameramen are BANNED from the Today set amid the coronavirus pandemic – and says Channel Nine discussed the broadcasts from home
Today’s host, Karl Stefanovic has kept Australians informed of the coronavirus pandemic.
And talk to it TV Week On Monday, the 45-year-old revealed the measures Channel Nine has applied to the set to prevent the spread of the killer virus.
“We take every precaution because we all have families at home,” he said.
“We’ll take every precaution”: Karl Stefanovic (pictured with Allison Langdon co-host) revealed the measures Channel Nine applied to the set to prevent the spread of COVID-19
In addition to Karl and co-host Allison Langdon, 40, who are at the recommended 1.5 meters apart, producers have also limited the number of people on the set.
“We don’t have cameramen in the studio,” Karl told TV Week. ‘We have one floor manager and everyone is in a different room. We have very little human contact. ‘
Karl also revealed that if the crisis worsens and the government intervenes, the idea of home broadcast has been discussed.
Minimal contact: Karl told TV Week on Monday that cameramen are not allowed on the set: ‘We have one floor manager and everyone else is in a different room’
“People may be wondering why we’re still going in there [to work], but let me tell you, I don’t want to get this, “he said.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease associated with fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and fatigue. It can cause pneumonia.
The spread of the disease, which started in Wuhan, China, has seen more than 1,280,000 cases and more than 70,500 deaths worldwide.
Thinking Ahead: The TV personality also revealed that the network discussed the idea of home broadcasting should the crisis worsen and the government intervene further
On the evening of April 6, there are 5,795 confirmed cases in Australia, including 40 deaths.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has urged Australians not to leave the house unless absolutely necessary.
Unfortunately, for some this has led to job losses and income loss.
Daily Updates: Today’s host, Karl keeps Australians informed of the pandemic
Pandemic: As of the evening of April 6, there are 5,795 confirmed cases in Australia, including 40 deaths