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Jane Seymour watched Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman with her grandchildren



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Jane Seymour watched ‘Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman’ with her grandchildren amid the coronavirus lockdown.

The 69-year-old actress plays Dr. Michaela Quinn-Sully on the TV drama series, and she revisited the show – which ran on CBS between 1993 and 1998 – during the health crisis.

Jane shared: “The parents don’t usually let them watch TV.

“Every once in a while, they get to either watch ‘War With Grandpa’ or ‘Dr. Quinn’ or something.”

The actress joked that the show feels “very appropriate right now”.

Speaking to Us Weekly magazine, Jane explained: “I couldn’t believe that episode two is about an epidemic. We made that how many years ago? Way ahead of our time.”

The film and TV star has also killed time amid the health crisis by having fun in her garden.

She said: “We have an organic garden at the backside of our property.

“We go down, we pick vegetables, they cook with us, it’s been magic. We have enough space here that everyone is safe.”

Meanwhile, Jane previously admitted that she still gets recognised for her starring role in ‘Dr. Quinn’.

The actress also revealed that Mikhail Gorbachev, the former President of the Soviet Union, was a fan of the drama series.

Asked if she still gets recognised for her role, she replied: “Oh absolutely. And all over the world. It’s in, I think, a hundred countries now.

“You know, when President Gorbachev comes up to me and goes, ‘Oh Dr. Quinn, Dr. Quinn.’ You realise that the show probably had even more of an impact in other countries than it did in America.”

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Seymour gym closes amid pandemic



a sign above a storefront on a brick building: CW Fitness, a Seymour gym in business for four years, closed its doors on Sunday. Sept. 27, 2020. The gym located in the Klarides Village Shopping Center on Bank Street, is the latest business to close because of the coronavirus pandemic.


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CW Fitness, a Seymour gym in business for four years, closed its doors on Sunday. Sept. 27, 2020. The gym located in the Klarides Village Shopping Center on Bank Street, is the latest business to close because of the coronavirus pandemic.


SEYMOUR — CW Fitness, a Valley gym in business for four years, closed its doors on Sunday.

The gym located in the Klarides Village Shopping Center on Bank Street, is the latest business to close because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Owner Chris Wares announced the closing on the gym’s Facebook page. On Monday morning, there was sign on the door that thanked members for “four great years.”

Wares said, “2020 has changed the fitness industry along with many others. I see full service big box, membership gyms being a thing of the past very soon.”

Ware went on Facebook Live to thank members and ask for their patience on information on refunds.

“I’m going to make everything right,” he said.

He said said there is a “chance” that a new owner may take over the business.

“If that’s the case, everything will be honored,” he said.

He asked members to check CW Fitness Facebook page or provide their email address for updates.

Connecticut gyms, sports clubs and fitness studios closed for months because of COVID-19, were allowed to reopen in June with strict social distancing requirements.

The guidelines state “establishments that require customers to wear a mask while exercising must maintain 6 feet of space between equipment. Establishments that do not require customers to wear a mask while exercising must maintain 12 feet of space between equipment.”

CW Fitness required people to wear masks while not using working out and to wipe down machines before and after use. The Seymour gym also moved some of the machines into an indoor basketball court to provide more distancing.

Although some gyms reopened, few people returned.

A recent survey by RunRepeat, found only about 31 percent of gym members have returned since the COVID-19 lockdown. The survey also found that nearly 60 percent have either canceled or are considering canceling their gym memberships.

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