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Savannah Guthrie tests positive for COVID days according to Hoda Kotb

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Savannah Guthrie tests positive for COVID days according to Hoda Kotb

Savannah Guthrie is the newest today Show personality to test positive for COVID-19. The 50-year-old journalist, who is fully vaccinated and boosted, said during the morning broadcast on Monday that she had “a little cold, not much more”.

The news comes after Hoda Kotb was absent from the anchor desk last Friday after testing positive for COVID-19. Announcing the news at the beginning of this show, Craig Melvin said, “The reason Hoda is gone has tested positive for COVID like many others, but Hoda tells us she is fine and we look forward to seeing her again to have. very soon.”

Shortly after the news broke, the 57-year-old journalist, who is both fully vaccinated and boosted, took to Twitter to keep her fans up to date and wrote, “Thanks for the good wishes! All of you, if I am in the clear! Xo. “

on Monday today Show joked Guthrie that she and Kotb “swapped places” when Kotb was back in the New York City studio and Guthrie was at home.

“I feel like we’re a lot of the county. It’s so strange. I have a flashback to 2020,” said Kotb. “I had two negative tests to get back in my seat.”

She told Guthrie, “I know you will get a negative test.”

Kotb and Guthrie are not the first members of the today Show employees that they are contracting COVID during the massive wave of the latest variant of Omicron.

To Tonight show Host Jimmy Fallon announced that he and his daughters contracted COVID over the holidays. today Weatherman Al Roker commented on Fallon’s Instagram post, saying, “Hang in there, Jimmy. We understood it too, but annoyed and charged and you get through. ”

Roker has appeared on this week’s shows with no public mention of his condition, so it can be assumed that his quarantine period has expired.

For more information on celebrities who tested positive and how their shows had to adapt, see the clip below.

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Reference from etonline