Dr Hilary Jones left horrified as cleaner disrupts live Lorraine interview with Brit in quarantine by barging into room

Dr Hilary Jones left horrified as cleaner disrupts live Lorraine interview with Brit in quarantine by barging into room

DR HILARY Jones was left horrified this morning when a cleaner disrupted a live interview on Lorraine with a Brit in quarantine by barging into her room.

The medical professional couldn't believe that the cleaner would enter the space where somebody is isolating, but Gabriella revealed she'd had plenty of visitors.


Gabriella and her pal Georgia, who tested positive for coronavirus, have been placed in separate rooms at a Covid hotel in Majorca after travelling abroad for a four-day break.

They now face 10 days in isolation at the hotel before they're allowed to return to the UK – where they will have to quarantine for a further 10 days as Majorca is an amber list country and the girls have only had one jab.

Gabriella, who has tested negative for coronavirus, was talking to host Ranvir Singh about their situation on the morning show today.

She insisted that they understood the risks when they went on the holiday, adding: "We knew what we were getting ourselves into, we're not here for sympathy.

"It's more of a warning for everyone."

You're self-isolating, get the cleaner out of there – don't let her come in!"

However, part-way through the interview Gabriella had a knock on her door, with it audibly being opened.

She turned to speak to the woman making her way inside, who revealed that she was there for cleaning.

Gabriella asked her if she could come back later, repeating that she didn't need cleaning now.

Ranvir brushed off the disruption, but Dr Hilary – who was also in the studio – was stunned.

At the end of the chat, he said: "The cleaner shouldn't be going into that room, by the way, Gabriella.

We're not here for sympathy, it's more of a warning for everyone."

"You're self-isolating, get the cleaner out of there – don't let her come in!

"You're going to have to do the cleaning yourself."

But she replied: "I've had doctors in, nurses in – I've had them [the cleaners].

"Georgia hasn't had any doctors or nurses in her room because of the Covid, but we've both had cleaners in every day."

Hilary was lost for words, but admitted he felt sympathy for the girls' situation.

This is not the time to ease restrictions across the board, it really isn't."

Earlier today, the TV favourite suffered a tense clash with Susanna Reid on Good Morning Britain over so-called Freedom Day.

He expressed his concerns about all restrictions in England being lifted today as he insisted it "really isn't the time".

But 50-year-old Susanna played devil's advocate, sharing her joy that teens who turned 18 in lockdown were finally able to go to a nightclub for the first time.

She argued that we've not had restrictions "for any other contagious disease" – which Hilary was quick to correct.

But the GMB host hit back: "We don't have restrictions, we have vaccinations."

The TV medic refused to back down, telling Susanna: "We mustn't put too much faith in vaccinations – 90% protection is afforded by two jabs, millions haven't had two jabs.

"Also, tens of thousands don't respond to jabs, or the jabs don't work, so there are millions still there who will get Covid."

He went on to quote a report from other experts, which labelled Freedom Day a "murderous and irresponsible experiment".

Prime Minister Boris Johnson has divided Brits with his decision to end most restrictions across England from today – including removing capacity limits in venues, opening nightclubs, and making protective face coverings optional in public spaces.

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