Yes, the Coronavirus issue shouldn’t be taken lightly. Still, sometimes, humor has its own ways of sneaking up on this grave issue without offending someone else. Take, for example, Dr. Clare Gerada, who was interviewed in Good Morning Britain to share her inspiring story of recovering from COVID-19.
All is well in the interview, but it seems that even though Dr. Gerada has wrestled her way out of the deadly virus, it’s clear that she is no match with another headache: distractions.
During the interview, Clare’s phone rang twice, which somehow distracted her from what she is saying, but still maintained her composure. Maybe those distractions are enough for that interview.
Oh, wait, no. The survivor was again distracted from a ping on her computer. Which she quickly muted to focus on what she is saying.
For a Skype interview, these distractions that Clare has experienced is considered as “too many.” But we’re impressed on how Clare remained composed throughout the interview.
Yes, if she is currently surviving on the Coronavirus, she can undoubtedly survive this morning interview.
“Hope there would be no more distractions” might be the words flying on her head at that time. As the interview went on, it appears that the ‘grand’ distraction was saved for the last: her dog.
From out of nowhere, Clare’s dog suddenly popped up to, maybe, say something about the virus? And a man ‘saved the day’ by quickly snatching up the dog and get her out of the room.
No one would ever know this hilarious situation, if not for the mirror behind Dr. Clare Gerada. Viewers are clearly distracted, too, but were amused at the same time.
But even with these distractions, Clare never failed to share the inspiring story of her recovering body from the virus. Through that interview, she became a living example of a survivor that can surely give hope to other patients all over the world.
Apart from surviving the deadly disease, Clare also managed to ‘survive’ from the tons of distractions that peppered her Skype interview, and successfully sent her important message for the world.
Source: Alicia Adejobi via Metro News