Gary Barlow avoids fears of coronaviruses as he grabs coffee in London despite ongoing epidemic
Despite the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, Gary Barlow seemed indifferent during his visit on Tuesday.
The Take That star, 49, appeared nonchalant as he continued his activities and went out for coffee in Notting Hill.
Gary kept it casual for the night out as he put on a dark brown jacket over a red check buttoned shirt.
Outside: Gary Barlow has ignored fears of coronaviruses while having coffee in London on Tuesday despite the ongoing epidemic
Gary completed his look by wearing beige pants as he stepped out in dark brown brogues.
Her blond locks were brought back in a straight style, and the singer had a short beard for a robust and beautiful look.
Authorities have recorded the largest daily peak of cases to date, with 407 patients diagnosed in the past 24 hours – which means that 1,950 Britons have now caught the deadly virus that has left the UK engulfed in fear. .
Casual chic: Gary kept things casual for the night out, as he put on a dark brown jacket over a red check shirt
It comes after the government’s chief scientific adviser, Sir Patrick Vallance, admitted today that there are about 55,000 cases of coronavirus currently in the UK, calling this staggering figure a “ reasonable approximate stage ” .
The estimate was based on a model of one death per 1,000 patients, which means that the actual number of people infected could now reach 70,000 – and many people could not have suspected the disease. A study published in a scientific journal this week suggested that 86% of infected patients in China were unaware.
Last week, the government estimated that the number of cases would likely be between 5,000 and 10,000, but the number is expected to increase since then. A total of 50,442 people were tested, including 48,492 negative tests.
Gary planned to take on a new role as musical ambassador for P&O Cruises after being appointed musical director of the ship’s 710 Club.
In addition to working on P & 0 cruises as musical director, Gary was ready to make his fans dream by meeting them on board the luxury ship.
Gary is expected to play on the trip from Southampton to the Norwegian fjords on August 29 and October 31 in Spain and Portugal.
However, due to the ongoing coronavirus epidemic, it is unclear whether the cruises and Gary’s appearance on them will continue as planned.
Future plans: Gary is expected to play a new role as musical ambassador for P&O Cruises, but with the coronavirus epidemic underway, it’s unclear if these journeys will continue.