GAYLE King has been absent from CBS Mornings for two days, causing fans to wonder where she has been following a major health scare.
On Sunday, Gayle, 67, shared how she has been doing after she tested positive for Covid-19.
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Gayle shared that she is negative for covid[/caption]
In an Instagram reel posted on June 6, she announced her diagnosis.
“OK, the thing I’ve been dreading has finally happened. I just tested positive for … I got the Rona,” the morning host said.
Gayle then shared the news of her negative test with fans on Instagram on June 12.
She said, “I am Covid-free and negative. I’ll see you on T.V. in the morning!”
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In the video, Gayle also promoted Robin Roberts’ book, “Brighter by the Day,” which got her through her days in isolation.
Gayle took three PCR tests and one at-home test that all came back positive and then two negative tests that came back negative in the span of a week, she said.
The host might’ve dodged the virus, but she did not dodge criticism for unnecessarily exposing others.
Commenters on her Instagram said that she stayed in her work building longer than needed after testing positive, potentially exposing others.
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Gayle returned to work on Monday, June 13 and was seen healthy as ever on CBS Mornings just two days ago, with her co-hosts, Nate Burleson and Tony Dokoupil.
She also made an appearance on Monday at the Tribeca Film Festival Q&A Event.
Tyler Perry was seen with Gayle, commenting on her choice in footwear.
Despite these appearances, she was missing from CBS Mornings on Wednesday, June 15, and Tuesday, June 16.
The Sun reached out to CBS for comment on her absence but hasn’t heard back by publication time.