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The Bachelor participants are shocked when Osher Gunsberg tells them about the coronavirus pandemic

The Bachelor stars are shocked when Osher Gunsberg gives them an update on the growing coronavirus pandemic in a dramatic new teaser

A trailer for Wednesday’s episode of The Bachelor offers a glimpse into the shocking moment when participants learn about the growing coronavirus pandemic.

After a dramatic rose ceremony, Osher Gunsberg informs the remaining women that the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a global pandemic.

“You may remember before you entered the mansion, there was growing concern about the coronavirus that was beginning to spread around the world,” Osher said.

Shocked: A trailer for Wednesday's episode of The Bachelor offers a glimpse into the shocking moment participants learn about the growing coronavirus pandemic

Shocked: A trailer for Wednesday’s episode of The Bachelor offers a glimpse into the shocking moment participants learn about the growing coronavirus pandemic

He added, “A lot has changed since you came here at the mansion and the World Health Organization has now declared a global pandemic.”

“The government is taking steps to stop the spread of the virus and help save lives, so that things like pubs, clubs, restaurants, theaters and everywhere people gather are closed and many people work from home.”

As they processed the news, Osher explained, “Some states have chosen to close their borders, but luckily here at the mansion you’re pretty safe from everything that’s going on.”

Update: After a dramatic rose ceremony, Osher Gunsberg informed the remaining women that the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a global pandemic

Update: After a dramatic rose ceremony, Osher Gunsberg informed the remaining women that the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a global pandemic

Update: After a dramatic rose ceremony, Osher Gunsberg informed the remaining women that the World Health Organization has declared COVID-19 a global pandemic

‘As always, your health and well-being are absolutely of the utmost importance to everyone making this show, and they will do whatever it takes to keep you safe while you are here.’

However, later in the episode Osher announced that the contestants will be on-site production suspended and tThe women are forced to leave the mansion.

The remaining participants remain on ‘virtual dates’ with protagonist Locky during the lockdown.

As they processed the news, Osher explained, `` Some states have chosen to close their borders, but luckily here at the mansion you're pretty safe from everything that's going on. ''

As they processed the news, Osher explained, `` Some states have chosen to close their borders, but luckily here at the mansion you're pretty safe from everything that's going on. ''

As they processed the news, Osher explained, “ Some states have chosen to close their borders, but luckily here at the mansion you’re pretty safe from everything that’s going on. ”

The broader story of the coronavirus pandemic will be “ part of the story ” of the eighth season of The Bachelor, according to Channel 10 bosses.

As a result of the hiatus, Channel 10 has been forced to broadcast shorter episodes of The Bachelor this season.

The network and producers Warner Bros. were left with a shortage of footage due to the long film break.

Pandemic: The Broader Story Of The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Be 'Part Of The Story' Of Season 8 Of The Bachelor, According To Channel 10 Bosses

Pandemic: The Broader Story Of The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Be 'Part Of The Story' Of Season 8 Of The Bachelor, According To Channel 10 Bosses

Pandemic: The Broader Story Of The Coronavirus Pandemic Will Be ‘Part Of The Story’ Of Season 8 Of The Bachelor, According To Channel 10 Bosses

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