Erin Molan reveals the heartbreaking scene that brought her to tears

‘I feel sick’: Erin Molan reveals the heartbreaking scene that brought her to tears during coronavirus pandemic

Erin Molan says she was left physically ill after witnessing a heartbreaking scene at a chemist amid the coronavirus pandemic.

In an emotional Twitter post on Tuesday, the media personality said that she saw a father unable to buy asthma medicine for his asthmatic daughter.

‘Was just behind a man at the chemist desperately searching for Ventolin for his asthmatic daughter… there was none,’ the 37-year-old wrote.

Heartbroken: Erin Molan says she was left physically ill after witnessing a heartbreaking scene at a chemist amid the coronavirus pandemic

Heartbroken: Erin Molan says she was left physically ill after witnessing a heartbreaking scene at a chemist amid the coronavirus pandemic

‘I feel sick,’ she added, followed by a crying emoji. ‘Please think of everyone when you shop.’

Erin, who currently hosts The Sunday Footy Show, also opened up on Tuesday about the NRL shutdown.

On Monday, the NRL suspended the rest of the season with immediate effect as the coronavirus crisis continues to shutdown sporting leagues businesses across Australia.

 

'Was just behind a man at the chemist desperately searching for Ventolin for his asthmatic daughter... there was none,' the 37-year-old wrote on Twitter

‘Was just behind a man at the chemist desperately searching for Ventolin for his asthmatic daughter… there was none,’ the 37-year-old wrote on Twitter

The league moved to postpone the rest of the season indefinitely following a meeting between NRL executives on Monday night.

ARL Commission chairman Peter V’landys said the league could ‘no longer guarantee the safety of players’.

Speaking about the shutdown on Nova 96.9’s Fitzy & Wippa, Erin expressed her compassion towards everybody who has lost their jobs as a result of the shutdown.

Shutdown: Erin, who currently hosts The Sunday Footy Show, also opened up on Tuesday about the NRL shutdown

Shutdown: Erin, who currently hosts The Sunday Footy Show, also opened up on Tuesday about the NRL shutdown

‘It’s confronting, it’s unsettling and tough on absolutely everyone and I think the only way we’re going to get through this is with the realisation that we are not alone,’ she said.

‘There’s hundreds and thousands of people who make a living from rugby league, whether they work in offices, whether they work in events or pubs,’ she continued.

‘It’s really tough for everyone but we are a strong, resilient country and it’s a strong, resilient game and when it comes back, people will want to watch it more. I can’t wait for that day to come.’

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Rising: There’s currently 1972 cases in Australia, with eight deaths 

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