Eamonn Holmes: ‘Making me really angry now’ This Morning star speaks out on coronavirus

Eamonn Holmes, 60, was reflecting on the many people who have died of coronavirus while doing invaluable jobs across the nation, as the number of victims continue to soar. Unleashing his anger, Eamonn *** for “ruining so many lives”.

How dare it ruin so many lives? How dare it!

Eamonn Holmes

Taking to Twitter to vent his frustrations, he sent a message to those who are key workers amid this madness.

“Been thinking about the 15 Bus Drivers who have died and thinking about any of you out there who have to do what you do to bring a wage home,” he wrote.

“This B*****d Corona F****r is really making me angry now…..

“How dare it ruin so many lives? How dare it!”

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In response to a fan who called out London Mayer Sadiq Kahn for his “pathetic response” on the tragedies, Eamonn suggested a simple measure to save lives.

“All the deaths are tragic, absolutely heartbreaking,” he wrote.

“But either protect Bus Drivers, Posties, Cabbies, Shop workers, Refuse collectors etc, etc…. or don’t send them out at all. Trade Unions need to be heeded on this surely.”

As the battle over the rights to available PPE for key workers continues, the Mayer said on Wednesday that he is working with Transport For London, bus operators and unions across the UK to protect workers and passengers through new measures.

The UK has recorded 737 new coronavirus-related hospital deaths, taking the total number to 10,612 as reported by BBC.

Like many celebrities, the ITV star has voiced his concerns about the pandemic that’s brought the whole world to a stand still.

On Sunday last week, Prime Minister Boris Johnson was admitted to St Thomas’ Hospital in London and was later moved to an intensive care unit the following day as his symptoms worsened.

He revealed he had tested positive for the virus 10 days previous.

Following the news, the This Morning host was frank with fans on his Instagram account, revealing he felt shaken after news of the Prime Minister’s deteriorating health.

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He spoke candidly about how he was feeling about the crisis, most of which many others across the country will relate to.

“The whole Boris Johnson thing has unnerved me and made me feel very uneasy,” he began.

“It’s hardly politics, but I know the man having met him and interviewed him on number of occasions, and I wish him the best and speediest recovery and good wishes to him and all his family for what he’s going through.”

The This Morning presenter admitted that the fact the PM contracted the deadly virus that’s killed an estimated 95,000 people worldwide, is a stark reminder that it can affect anyone.

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“The reason what makes us all stop and think is if it could happen to him, it could happen to anyone,” he said.

“This is not supposed to happen to leaders to prime ministers, yesterday we were talking about the Queen and how she was taking the country by the hand.

“It’s like ‘Hold on a minute, this guy is supposed to be in charge, if he’s not running things who is running the place.’

“It’s unnerving and it makes us all think of how vulnerable we are and how this awful virus can do its worst anytime, anywhere and to anybody.

This Morning continues todayy at 10am on ITV.

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