The hosts sound off on whether healthcare workers should be allowed to speak to media without permission from their hospitals on "The Talk@Home" Thursday. "I absolutely do. They are the people on the front line. They're our soldiers right now," says Sharon Osbourne. "If they feel frustration, they have the right to say what they're going through, and they have the right to air it to the world... The thought of taking someone and making them lose their job because they speak the way they feel, it's ridiculous...These people are putting their lives on the line here, and a lot of nurses and doctors don't have proper masks and hazmat suits... and it's not fair." Eve adds, "I trust the people that are working in these hospitals more than I trust what is getting trickled to me through the news. And these people are human, they're not robots...They need to talk about their feelings... we want to hear everything that is happening."
Air Date: Apr 2, 2020