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Sam Armytage sends an encouraging message to unemployed members trying to lose weight during a COVID-19 pandemic

“Be nice to yourself!” Sam Armytage sends an encouraging message to her fellow Weight Watchers trying to lose weight during the coronavrius pandemic

Sunrise host Sam Armytage is currently taking time off from the show with a respiratory infection during the COVID-19 pandemic.

And on Tuesday, the WW (formerly Weight Watchers) ambassador sent an encouraging message to members trying to lose weight.

The 43-year-old posted a video to her Instagram story and told her followers, ‘I know the program is probably going out a little bit out the window right now and it’s getting harder and harder.

'Be nice!' On Tuesday, Sam Armytage (pictured) sent an encouraging message to WW members (formerly Weight Watchers) trying to lose weight during the COVID-19 pandemic

‘Be nice!’ On Tuesday, Sam Armytage (pictured) sent an encouraging message to WW members (formerly Weight Watchers) trying to lose weight during the COVID-19 pandemic

“It’s a really good time to cherish yourself, take care of yourself, be nice to yourself when you fall off the car, because carbs are so good now!

She continued, “Be nice, try to stay out of the fridge as much as you can – I know that’s impossible.

“But I’m thinking of you all, take it easy and hopefully I’ll be back to work soon. I will see you then.’

Leadership Role: The WW Ambassador urged her fans to be nice to themselves when they fall off the car, as it can be difficult to stay healthy while stuck at home

Leadership Role: The WW Ambassador urged her fans to be nice to themselves when they fall off the car, as it can be difficult to stay healthy while stuck at home

Sam's advice: Sam advised her followers not to drink while staying at home as alcohol like beer and wine can be high in calories

Sam's advice: Sam advised her followers not to drink while staying at home as alcohol like beer and wine can be high in calories

Leadership Role: The WW Ambassador urged her fans to be nice to themselves when they fall off the car, as it can be difficult to stay healthy while stuck at home

Sam advised her followers not to drink while she stayed at home, because alcohol like beer and wine can be high in calories.

“If I can give a little bit of advice right now, just leave the alcohol out, because I think it’s just a waste of points,” she said.

Sam’s reference to ‘points’ is a counting system used by WW to quantify the amount of energy, sugar, saturated fat and protein in food and drinks.

Changes: Sam herself lost as much as 10 pounds during the weight loss program and told the WW site that she “feels more energetic and stronger, both mentally and physically.”

Sam herself lost as many as 10 pounds during the weight loss program and told the WW site that she “feels more energetic and stronger, both mentally and physically.”

The Sunrise host is currently taking time off from the show to recover from a respiratory infection she got from defeating the Australian bushfire crisis in the summer.

Since COVID-19 is also a respiratory disease, Sam fears that her existing condition will make her more vulnerable to the global pandemic.

Meanwhile, the deadly COVID-19 pandemic continues to rage through Australia. On Tuesday evening, there were 4,559 confirmed cases, which resulted in 19 deaths.

Free Time: The Sunrise host is currently taking time off from the show to recover from a respiratory infection she got from defeating the Australian bushfire crisis in the summer. In the photo: Natalie Barr, Sam, Davic Koch and Mark Beretta

Free Time: The Sunrise host is currently taking time off from the show to recover from a respiratory infection she got from defeating the Australian bushfire crisis in the summer. In the photo: Natalie Barr, Sam, Davic Koch and Mark Beretta

Free Time: The Sunrise host is currently taking time off from the show to recover from a respiratory infection she got from defeating the Australian bushfire crisis in the summer. In the photo: Natalie Barr, Sam, Davic Koch and Mark Beretta

Pandemic: As of Tuesday evening, there have been 4,559 confirmed cases, which have resulted in 19 deaths

Pandemic: As of Tuesday evening, there have been 4,559 confirmed cases, which have resulted in 19 deaths

Pandemic: As of Tuesday evening, there have been 4,559 confirmed cases, which have resulted in 19 deaths

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