Not taking any chances! Seven weather presenter Jane Bunn praises hair and makeup artists for wearing gloves and masks amid coronavirus
Weather presenter Jane Bunn, 41, is taking every precaution she can when it comes to staying safe amid the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19).
And despite Prime Minister Scott Morrison urging Australians to stay 1.5 metres apart, Jane’s dedicated hair and makeup artists are willing to risk closer contact.
Taking a photo with her team in protective gear, Jane praised the professionals for doing their part in the troubling time.
Not taking any chances! Seven weather presenter Jane Bunn praised her hair and makeup artists on Sunday for wearing protective gloves and masks amid coronavirus
‘The world is rapidly changing, but we adapt and do what we have to do to get the job done,’ Jane captioned her behind-the-scenes photo on Sunday.
The meteorologist added: ‘I’m seeing amazing skills from all my super dedicated makeup artists – having to do hair in rubber gloves (try that at home!), and make up a face in detail from behind a mask, also in gloves.’
‘A big thank you, I couldn’t do it without you,’ she said.
‘The world is rapidly changing, but we adapt and do what we have to do to get the job done’: Jane praised the ‘amazing skills’ of her ‘super dedicated artists’ amid the global pandemic
Channel Seven’s Sunrise team also confirmed on Monday that their hair and makeup teams were also following suit.
Host David ‘Kochie’ Koch said their makeup artists were all wearing special P95 masks when they are tending to talent.
On Friday, Sunrise announced: ‘The show is going to look a little different for a while as we follow the government’s advice by practising social distancing and limiting in-studio guests.’
‘The show is going to look a little different for a while’: On Friday, Sunrise announced Seven was following the government’s advice by practising social distancing on their sets and limiting in-studio guests. Pictured: Natalie Barr and David ‘Kochie’ Koch
Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison announced stricter social distancing rules and on Sunday, including the closure of cafe and restaurant dining areas, pubs, clubs, cinemas and gyms.
It follows a push for non-essential services to be shut down by the government to minimise the spread of coronavirus.
As of Sunday night, there were 1,354 reported cases of coronavirus in Australia, including seven deaths.
Australia: As of Sunday night, there were 1,354 reported cases of coronavirus in Australia, including seven deaths