The official CBS Twitter account tweeted on Monday: “Stephen has symptoms consistent with recurring COVID. Out of extreme caution to his staff, guests, and fans, he will be in isolation for a few additional days. The Late Show will not be recording new episodes until further notice.”
Stephen has symptoms consistent with recurring COVID. Out of extreme caution for his staff, guests and the public, he will be quarantined for a few more days. The Late Show will not be recording new episodes until further notice.
– The Late Show (@colbertlateshow) May 9, 2022
Colbert first Tested positive He caught the virus on April 21 and had to cancel the next episode. “Basically, I feel good – grateful to receive support and reinforcement,” he wrote on social media at the time. A few days later, he told viewers that his symptoms included a “serious cold in the head” and that his experience with the virus “wasn’t pleasant.”
Days later, Colbert band leader Jean-Baptiste tested positive and was absent from Late Show And it had to be Film premiere canceled American Symphony In Carnegie Hall.
Additional late-night hosts who have recently tested positive for the virus include James Corden, Seth Myers and Jimmy Kimmel, who have recruited Mike Berpiglia to fill in as he recovers. today Co-host, Savannah Guthrie, has tested positive For the second time On Friday they were forced to isolate during the Mother’s Day holiday.
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