Susanna Reid left ‘discombobulated’

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Susanna Reid left ‘discombobulated’ on Good Morning Britain.

Viewers have hit out at GMB after their social distancing rules were scrapped. The rules had been in place for nearly 2 years. Susanna admitted that the change has left her feeling “discombobulated”.

During the pandemic, Good Morning Britain viewers have seen the hosts sitting two metres apart. The hosts appeared closer using clever camera work. For the most part, this worked perfectly. One gaffe though was when Richard vanished from view.

GMB presenters will no longer need to social distance. Richard commented: “My arms are not disappearing into cyber space. We are actually literally sitting next to each other again for the first time in two years.”

Susanna revealed: “It’s actually is quite a bit discombobulating.

“We’ve loosened the social distancing on this programme, so we are sitting a little closer together. We no longer have that weird graphic line between us.”

Richard has not only been fully vaccinated he has also had a booster jab. Susanna joked that now social distancing has been abandoned he can wear less aftershave.

Dr Hilary Jones commented on today’s show that there is still a “big job to be done” regarding coronavirus vaccinations. He explained how only 14 per cent of the 12-15-year-old age group had been vaccinated.

Viewers took to Twitter to express their disbelief over GMB dropping the social distancing rules.

One fan commented: “What public health message are you sending to your viewers!!! @ITV this is appalling!”

Another fan accused the show of double standards. They said: “why are you discussing the seriousness of Covid on the day you have dropped your presenter social distancing, giving an impression everything is good & dandy? Double standards?? Very confusing!”

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