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David Campbell says he hopes wearing face masks and social distancing become PERMANENT

Today Extra host David Campbell says he hopes ‘new normal’ habits like wearing face masks and social distancing become PERMANENT even after the pandemic ends

David Campbell has revealed that he hopes some parts of the ‘new normal’ instilled by the COVID-19 pandemic carry on, even after it ends. 

In a column for Stellar on Saturday, the 47-year-old wrote that would like to see habits like wearing face masks and social distancing continue – permanently.   

He said: ‘I wish for some parts of the new normal to last, like rigorous hand-washing and social-distancing in places with lots of people. 

 Always? David Campbell (pictured) has revealed that he hopes some parts of the ‘new normal’ instilled by the pandemic carry on after it ends. In a column for Stellar, he wrote that would like to see habits like wearing face masks and social distancing continue – permanently

‘Masks in flu season. Most doctors and armchair epidemiologists agree: these are great new practices for us to adopt permanently.’  

David noted that these practices can continue as the country gets back to a semblance of normality. 

‘As I have said before, bring back the lost jobs and industries. Let’s all get back to theatres, cinemas, gigs and the footy. 

‘I’ll wear a mask with my Swannies colours on it,’ he added.     

He wrote: 'Masks in flu season. Most doctors and armchair epidemiologists agree: these are great new practices for us to adopt permanently.'

He wrote: ‘Masks in flu season. Most doctors and armchair epidemiologists agree: these are great new practices for us to adopt permanently.’ 

He added: 'I wish for some parts of the new normal to last, like rigorous hand-washing and social-distancing in places with lots of people'

 He added: ‘I wish for some parts of the new normal to last, like rigorous hand-washing and social-distancing in places with lots of people’ 

David also hopes the challenges faced by everyone would inspire people to continue practicing certain things we’ve been forced to adopt this year. 

After getting through a pandemic and the horrific bush fires together, the TV host believes that more ‘kindness’ is needed.  

‘When push comes to shove, we can think of one another and not just ourselves. We can drink from that cup of kindness yet,’ the father-of-three said. 

Honour: This comes after David received his authorised certificate and Medal of the Order of Australia. On Wednesday, he shared a series of photos proudly wearing his medal at the special ceremony held at Government House in Sydney

Honour: This comes after David received his authorised certificate and Medal of the Order of Australia. On Wednesday, he shared a series of photos proudly wearing his medal at the special ceremony held at Government House in Sydney

This comes after David received his authorised certificate and Medal of the Order of Australia, this week.

Last year, he was awarded the accolade for his service to entertainment and the arts.

And on Wednesday, he shared a series of photos to Instagram of himself proudly wearing his medal at the special ceremony held at Government House in Sydney.  

Proud: David is pictured with his wife Lisa and their children - Leo, Billy and Betty

Proud: David is pictured with his wife Lisa and their children – Leo, Billy and Betty

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