Talk show host Wendy Williams has struggled with the effects of a COVID breakthrough, MTO News has learned. In the morning, the talk show host was taken to the hospital for treatment.
Today, the New York Police Department confirmed that officers at Wendy’s luxury high-rise in Manhattan were called around 8:00 a.m. to help a woman. Even though the police refused to confirm the identity of the person, they released a statement about the incident, explaining the woman in question was not violent and needed help:
“A call was made for a 57-year-old non-violent woman who needed psychiatric services at that address on Wednesday morning. They were transported to the hospital.”
MTO News exclusively learned that Wendy – like many others with Covid – suffers from mental health problems with the virus.
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Doctors worldwide report cases of COVID patients who have never experienced mental health problems in the past who develop severe psychiatric episode symptoms days and weeks after contracting the coronavirus.
One Wednesday morning, hours before this reported “psychiatric services” visit was made public, her show revealed that Williams was suffering from “a breakthrough case of COVID-19”. The reported health problem requires production to be quarantined and recovered before the new premiere date in early October (below):
“While continuing their health evaluations, Wendy tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19. To allow Wendy time in quarantine and to fully recover and 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 4. In the meantime, it’s again planned.”