How to wash your hands to stop the coronavirus: Osher Günsberg shares his hygiene guide step by step – while Channel 10 stops production on The Bachelor
Channel 10 has suspended filming for the eighth season of The Bachelor Australia due to the coronavirus pandemic.
And the show’s host, Osher Günsberg, shared a public service announcement on Thursday about the importance of washing your hands.
The father of two, 45, has recorded a step-by-step guide on how to effectively wash your hands with soap and water.
How to wash your hands to stop coronavirus: 45-year-old host of Bachelor Osher Günsberg (photo) shared a step-by-step guide on Instagram on Thursday
Osher started his video by explaining the importance of hygiene in preventing the spread of COVID-19.
“So if you don’t want to get it, the most important thing you can do is wash your hands.” Soap and water, 20 seconds, “he said.
Osher carefully washed each part of his hands, including the inside of each finger, and reminded his disciples to make sure the surface of their house was clean.
Helpful Hints: Osher has told his fans that it is important to wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds, including the inside of each finger and the back of the hand
Osher said that a good way to remember the 20-second rule is to spell the word “coronavirus” twice while washing your hands.
He added, “If we all do this together, we’re fine.”
Osher also explained that viruses are linked by fat and that soap is needed to dissolve them.
“The nanoparticle that is the coronavirus itself is maintained by lipids [fats] – and the soap dissolves them, the structure crumbles like an abandoned Lego model, ” he said.
The show cannot continue! Meanwhile, Channel Ten and Warner Brothers suspended Thursday the shooting of the eighth season of The Bachelor Australia due to a coronavirus. Pictured: Bachelor Locklan ‘Locky’ Gilbert
Channel 10 and Warner Bros. suspended the shooting of The Bachelor Australia on Thursday with Locklan ‘Locky’ Gilbert.
Despite “the use of additional precautions” in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the two companies decided to immediately stop production.
“The health and safety of our participants and crew members is our number one priority,” they said in a joint statement.
“Although we have been taking extra precautions on the shelf for some time, it is no longer practical to continue production.
“These are extremely difficult times for all Australians and for our industry, and the extent of these difficulties will not be known for some time.”
No roses now: “Although we have been using extra precautions on the shelf for some time, it is no longer practical to continue production,” the statement said.
Channel 10 entertainment director Stephen Tate told The Kyle and Jackie O Show on Friday that contestants would continue to have “ virtual dates ” with Locky via Skype while being isolated.
The broader narrative of the coronavirus pandemic “will be a part of history” for the eighth season of the baccalaureate, he added.
As of Friday noon, there were 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia, including 13 deaths.
Statistics: Coronavirus (COVID-19) is a respiratory disease with fever, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, and fatigue. As of Friday noon, there were 3,050 confirmed cases of coronavirus in Australia and 13 deaths