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Wendy Williams shares breakthrough coronavirus diagnosis


It will still take a little while until we see Wendy williams return to his daytime harness.

A few days before season 13 of The Wendy Williams Show was scheduled to start with a live broadcast, the show’s production team confirmed on Wednesday, September 15 that the host had tested positive for the coronavirus.

“While continuing her health assessments, Wendy tested positive for a groundbreaking case of COVID-19,” read a statement on the show’s Instagram page. “To give Wendy time to quarantine and fully recover and ensure our production meets all SAG / AFTRA [Screen Actors Guild – American Federation of Television and Radio Artists] and DGA [Directors Guild of America] COVID protocols, we plan to start the 13th season of The Wendy Williams Show Monday, October 4. In the meantime, reruns will be scheduled. “

The show was originally scheduled to return on Monday, September 20.

The talk show host’s diagnosis revelation comes just six days after the show also announced that the host would not be able to “complete her promotional activities” until final season due to her “issues. of persistent health “. The previous statement also explained that Wendy would be undergoing “further assessments.”