Lorraine Kelly was unable to hide her anger on Monday when talking about last weekend's anti-lockdown and anti-marches in London.

The Scottish TV regular is known for her upbeat and friendly TV persona – even if sometimes she is baffled.

However, talking to Dr Hilary, Lorraine was unable to hide her fury at those flouting the rules as coronavirus cases around the world continue to rocket.

After watching clips of the march, Lorraine said: "Honestly, when I see this I think they should all go to an intensive care unit and see the reality.

"I always say people are entitled to their opinion but sometimes they don't blinking deserve it.

"It is terrible. it really is."

She added: "It is baffling.

"We are all trying to get back to some normally but scenes like this don't help and can take us back a bit.

"They should think about what is going on in India and Brazil."

Agreeing, Dr Hilary replied: "What happens to the rest of the word effects us.

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"We can't consider ourselves an island.

"If we ease lockdown restrictions it too quickly we could regret it."

Nodding, Lorraine added: "We are going to have to live with this.

"Young people in particular are going to be encouraged to get the vaccine."

Looking at images of the protest once more, Lorraine shook her head: "It doesn't make any sense its baffling."

While the UK is currently on track to end all social distancing measures from June 21, other parts of the world are seeing a spike in cases.

India in particular is seeing its healthcare system collapse under the number of cases that there are now around two to three patient to a bed available.

Reports claim medics are running short of oxygen leaving hundreds without help.

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Meanwhile, new reports claim the Government could be on track to offer the Covid vaccine to all adults by the end of May.

Currently just over the population have been given the vaccine helping drive down UK hospital rates and deaths.

A second spike in the summer is said to now be unlikely for the UK.

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