That morning’s expert Beverley Turner was “banned from the show,” it was reported.
Beverley got into an argument with host Dermot O’Leary over the COVID vaccine on Monday (May 31).
The segment resulted in numerous complaints at Ofcom.
And now it has been claimed that Beverley will not be returning to the show.
What happened to Beverly Turner that morning?
Earlier this week, Beverley appeared on the show alongside Dermot and co-host Alison Hammond.
A discussion about the vaccine’s effectiveness sparked a heated argument when Beverley said young people should oppose the vaccine.
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She told Dermot, “It doesn’t stop you from catching or passing on the virus.”
He replied, “It does. The best in science developed this vaccine in an exceptionally short time.
“It has been proven that it works statistically. Why are you so cynical? “
Beverley replied, “Because of the fact that COVID-19 has a 99.8% survival rate. The average age at death is 82 years. “
What did this morning say
ED! contacted ITV for comment on the story.
However, a source has revealed that Beverley is “prohibited” from appearing on the show.
It has been performing almost weekly for the past few months.
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The source said that Daily mail: “Following the comments she made, the production staff was told that Bev was banned from the show.
“You couldn’t have them on again.”
What did Beverly say?
Sources close to Beverley claimed she had not had any contact with This Morning since the argument.
Through her rep, Beverley added, “I love participating in the current affairs debates on This Morning and applaud the longest running daily show in the country for discussing the biggest stories of the day.
“This Morning has been very supportive of us over the past few years and I look forward to continuing our positive relationship.”
Beverley himself responded to the claims on Twitter this morning (June 6).
She said: “‘Anti-Vaxxer ‘is a completely misnomer. My children and I all got our vaccinations.
“And I fully stand by my position, which applies to healthy young people #SaferToWait to the #Long-term data.
“Risk versus benefit does not stack up. It is not controversial. Thank you for your great support. “
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