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Public health expert interrupted by daughter during live interview on BBC

Public health expert interrupted by daughter during live interview on BBC

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In a video that has gone viral, the information presenter says “it’s the most informative interview he has done all day.”

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Dr. Clare Wenham,  a public health professor. During a broadcast interview on BBC News on July 1, she was interrupted by her daughter, Scarlett, for assist to determine the place her unicorn drawing ought to go. 

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Dr. Wenham was discussing a brand new methodology launched by the UK health officers for coronavirus information sharing, when the eye of the BBC information presenter, whom we all know as Christian, was caught by Wenham’s daughter and her wrestle to determine the place she ought to place the drawing on the shelf. 

He requested Wenham her daughter’s title and recommended an appropriate placement of her drawing. 

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