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Piers Morgan Messaged People To Be ‘Realistic’ To Spend Christmas By Thinking Of Coronavirus Restrictions

Piers Morgan said, “If we miss Christmas Day as a country, if that’s what we have to do, we have to do it.”

By keeping in mind the precautions of Coronavirus, He gave a warning for spending Christmas under it.

The presenter of ‘Good Morning Britain,’ urged his viewers on Monday by saying to be realistic for Christmas and that the government may not control the virus during the massive festival.

He mentioned on ITV’s breakfast show, “This virus has not got any less virulent.”

“It doesn’t understand rule of six, or Boris’ idea of having Christmas Day off, as if somehow we can all amass on Christmas Day and then go back to the rules.”

“If we miss Christmas Day as a country, if that’s what we have to do, we have to do it.

“This is our war. I think people have to be realistic about that.”

While speaking on This Morning, Morgan says to host’s Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby: “I want Christmas to be as normal as possible, and the more that we can control the virus now and stop the spread now, the easier it will be to have a Christmas as normal as possible – it’s what I hope for for my family and I hope that we can get there. But, it means making these decisions now.”

“It depends how much we can control it now, if this runs out of control now then we will have to take heavier measures in the future.”

“The more we can control it now with everyone doing their bit including us, then the easier it will be to have a normal Christmas.”

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