Wendy Williams has released COVID-19, October premiere date so she can be ‘completely recovered’

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - DECEMBER 10: Wendy Williams attends the 40th Annual NYWIFT Muse Awards 2019 in New York Hilton Midtown on December 10, 2019 in New York City.  (Photo by Manny Carabel / Getty Images)

The new season of The Wendy Williams Show was pushed back to October because the host has the COVID. (Photo: Manny Carabel / Getty Images)

Wendy Williams has COVID-19, so the season premiere of their same talk show was postponed to October 4th.

“While continuing their health assessments, Wendy tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19,” a statement on the 57-year-old social media account said Wednesday.

It went on to say, “In order to allow Wendy time to quarantine and complete and to ensure that our production complies with all SAG / AFTRA and DGA COVID protocols, we look forward to the 13th season of The Wendy Williams Show on Monday, October 4th. In the meantime, rehearsals are planned. “

Meanwhile Williams Concern expressed about to get vaccinated early this year – with Dr Oz appearing on her show in March to declare it safe – she is fully vaccinated, a source confirmed to Yahoo Entertainment.

Vaccination breakthrough infections -which rarely remain-occurs when a fully vaccinated person is infected with COVID-19. However, vaccination still does its job in protecting against the worst forms of the disease. As a result, hospitalized or fatal COVID-19 vaccination breakthrough cases are rare.

Williams was treat health problems as late and canceled scheduled appearances to promote their talk show. Last Thursday, the show announced that Williams had “ongoing health issues” and was “conducting further evaluations.” As a result, they canceled “their promotional activities” this week, but the premiere was still expected to take place on September 20th.

In recent years, Williams has taken time off work due to her illness, including Graves’ disease, an immune system disorder that makes the thyroid gland overactive, something she was first diagnosed with in 1999. She also spent time in a sober life housing facility to treat her addiction to alcohol and prescribed medications.

At the end of last season’s Wendy Williams Show, she welcomes back her studio audience, or “co-hosts,” as she refers to viewers. By show rules, it is required that the audience members are fully vaccinated and must wear masks in the studio rooms at all times.

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