ABC’s World News Now anchors practice “social distance”

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Kenneth Moton and Zohreen Shah practicing social distancing in two separate studios.

New York City, New York – As leaders around the world stress the importance of “social distancing” to help prevent spreading the coronavirus. Tuesday morning, the anchors of ABC’s World News Now started practicing the routine themselves.

Kenneth Moton


Anchors, Kenneth Moton and Zohreen Shah, were separated in two different studios as they recorded; both mentioning that the studios were about 30 feet away from one another.

Anchors on “Good Morning America” would later practice social distance as well, but they worked within the same studio and had their chairs separated by the advised six feet.

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