Susanna Reid returns to GMB tomorrow after two weeks of coronavirus quarantine

Susanna Reid has confirmed her Good Morning Britain return after spending the past two weeks in self-isolation amid the coronavirus crisis. 

The presenter will be back alongside Piers Morgan to deliver the latest news after previously dialling in via video call from home to contribute to the discussion surrounding Covid-19. 

Speaking on this morning’s episode of the daytime TV show, it was confirmed that following the two week lockdown after one of her children started exhibiting symptoms, she’s now coming back to the newsroom. 

Noone seemed happier about this than Piers, who declared: ‘Thank god, you’re on your last day of self-isolating. We get you back tomorrow.’ 

While Susanna may not have been in the studio, the star has been helping from home and has been leaving her mark as someone directly impacted by the virus.

Demanding answers about if and when her son can be tested, she also confronted the education secretary about what happens now that children miss out on important exams like GCSEs.

Susanna also spoke about the struggles of being away from her extended family, such as facetiming her mum on mothers’ day instead of being able to see her.

The news of Susanna’s return comes as the government encouraged the UK to keep up with the self-isolation guidelines as the crisis could continue for up to six months. 

Piers, who has become an ardent fighter in flattening the coronavirus curve, was seen on GMB today praising the efforts of those who are trying to ease the discomfort of the country and aiding the NHS as much as possible. 

This included James McAvoy, who has just donated a whopping £275,000 to the relief effort to help get safety equipment to those on the frontline against the virus. 

However, he did slam President Trump for not taking the pandemic seriously enough, after he was seen in the oval office with a dozen advisors in close proximity, handing them all pens. 

Trump later bragged that he was a ‘ratings hit’ as 8million people tuned in to hearing his latest briefing on the virus’s effect on the United States, declaring he was ‘bigger than the Bachelor’ – a reality TV dating series. 

Good Morning Britain airs weekdays from 6am on ITV.

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