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Piers Morgan coronavirus fears: GMB host is forced to end the morning ITV show

Piers Morgan coronavirus fears: GMB host is forced to leave the ITV morning show while waiting for the results of a test after feeling unwell

  • The presenter is one of the strongest voices the government calls to account
  • He went into the studio every morning and did his own makeup
  • Mr Morgan He is one of the strongest voices that has called ministers to account
  • Here’s how you can help people affected by Covid-19

Piers Morgan has been forced out of Good Morning Britain pending the results of a test for coronavirus.

The presenter, 55, entered the London studio every morning and did his own makeup to abide by the social distance rules.

But he started to feel unwell on the weekend and won’t be performing at the popular breakfast show while waiting for the results expected tomorrow.

Mr. Morgan tweeted Sunday evening, “On medical advice and from an abundance of caution for a mild symptom that has developed over the past 48 hours, I’ve had a test for COVID-19 and so won’t work on #GMB until I get it result back, that should be tomorrow. ‘

The presenter (left with co-host Susanna Reid) was one of the strongest voices to hold the government to account during the crisis.

The presenter (left with co-host Susanna Reid) was one of the strongest voices to hold the government to account during the crisis.

Mr. Morgan is one of the strongest voices the government has called to account during the ongoing crisis.

Since the country was imprisoned on March 23, he has become the interviewer most feared by ministers for his relentless investigation of the facts.

Health Minister Helen Whately was on the receiving end of two of the journalist’s most memorable screenings within a week last month.

The host grilled her after seeing her laugh during a chat about the number of people dying in Covid-19 care homes.

Health Minister Helen Whately (right) was on the receiving end of two of the journalist's most memorable impressions (left) within a week last month

Health Minister Helen Whately (right) was on the receiving end of two of the journalist's most memorable impressions (left) within a week last month

Health Minister Helen Whately (right) was on the receiving end of two of the journalist’s most memorable impressions (left) within a week last month

She was also hammered by Mr. Morgan during her second appearance on GMB for accusing her of not knowing how many health and healthcare workers had died of the disease.

The presenter’s willingness to bring truth to power during the pandemic was perhaps best demonstrated by his treatment of his friend Donald Trump.

Mr. Morgan has repeatedly called the president to treat the coronavirus, which is ravaging the United States and killed more than 65,000 people.

This culminated in the fact that he told Trump to ‘hold the f ** k’ after the president said in a White House press briefing that he was investigating the effect of injecting disinfectant to help combat the bug.

Trump followed the journalist on Twitter.

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