Hugh Laurie is clear about what he would say the Doctor House before the coronavirus


After eight seasons starring in ‘House’, Hugh Laurie has acquired medical knowledge was more than enough to make a short note and give a wise advice about the coronavirus on his Twitter account:

“I can’t speak for House, obviously – no-one has written clever words for me to say – but I’m pretty sure that he would say that it is not a question of ‘solving’ the Covid. This is an epidemic, not a diagnostic problem. We resolve it together, keeping us apart.


The series began airing on FOX in 2004 and offered its final chapter in 2012. During the 177 episodes, we were able to see a Doctor Gregory House quite cranky but very good at his job, managing to resolve and diagnose very difficult cases. Now, Laurie works as a protagonist in ‘Avenue 5’, the HBO series that premiered in January of 2020. You have available ‘House’ to the full Amazon Prime Video and Sky.

The coronavirus is already all over the planet

To day of today, are most of 470.000 the infected all over the planet. Only in Spain the number of infected round the 50,000, making it one of the five countries with the most cases diagnosed worldwide, although now the united States has managed to overtake him with more than 69,000 people infected by the Covid-19.

The presence of the virus and subsequent quarantine at the global level, are doing that a multitude of industries are facing a crisis never seen before. Specifically, in the film industry we have seen many affected after having to postpone their premieres, as in the case of ‘Black Widow’, or paralyze its filming, as he saw fit to make the team of ‘Riverdale’ or the ‘Grey’s Anatomy’.