On Saturday (Feb. 29), Oprah Winfrey was speaking to thousands of attendees at The Forum in Inglewood, California on her 2020 Vision Tour.
'Wellness to me means all things in balance. "Wellness to me means all things in balance and balance doesn't mean all things are equal or at peace at all time-" Winfrey said, before losing her balance, falling and landing on her side before sitting and getting up. The crowd gasped in concern of the 66-year-old former television host as she proceeded to blame her shoes for the fall.
A stage worker rushes on stage to assist Winfrey as the audience applauds.
First U.S. COVID-19 Death, HCP Infection Confirmed
FDA Commissioner Stephen Hahn said his agency is "rapidly responding and adapting to this dynamic and evolving situation". California now has two patients who did not recently travel outside the US or come in contact with someone who did.
It wasn't all chaotic for Oprah at the latest stop on her tour as she gave her audience a chance to breathe and relax by performing a brief meditation session with social entrepreneur Jesse Israel. Also, as part of the show, Oprah interviewed Jennifer Lopez, but it seems that "O" was the only one "on the floor". After facing backlash from multiple directions, Winfrey eventually removed herself from the Simmons doc to which 50 publicly thanked her. Someone from backstage ran to help her back on her feet.
Thankfully, nothing too bad or risky happened but the fall was pretty ironic since she was actually talking to the crowd about introducing balance into their lives just before she took the tumble!
Winfrey went on to carry out a portion of the show barefoot before putting on a more sensible pair of shoes.
En revanche, un homme âgé de 55 ans se trouve " dans une situation clinique grave en réanimation " à Amiens , selon le ministère. Testé positif au coronavirus , il a d'abord été hospitalisé à Compiègne , du 12 février jusqu'à mardi.
Il touche une cinquantaine de pays, avec un bilan de plus de 4000 contaminations et plus de 60 morts hors de Chine . Les États-Unis ont quant à eux recensé trois nouveaux cas de contamination d'origine inconnue au coronavirus .
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