Oprah Winfrey: I did not leave the house for 322 days during the pandemic
Oprah Winfrey, the American television icon, has launched her new documentary, The Color of Care, dedicated to racial inequalities in the American healthcare system.
During an interview with The Los Angeles Times, on the occasion of the presentation of her latest project, the presenter talked about the Covid-19 pandemic that has brought the whole world to its knees and how she herself experienced the blockage period.
A prolonged blockage, in the case of Oprah Winfrey: American TV star revealed that, due to the pandemic, she spent 322 days at home, isolated from the rest of the world. Such a long isolation would certainly have negative effects for most people, but Winfrey said it was not difficult to live completely detached from reality for nearly a year.
Also, as she herself explained, she has learned to speak every day in front of an audience of 350 people and for this reason, a period of loneliness has helped her regain contact with herself and the world.
"I was so careful to take care of myself that my friends started making fun of me. "I have been able to be with myself in a way I have not been able to do for years because usually, even if I devote some time to myself, I think what is the next thing I need to do ," she told Los Angeles. Times.