Bravo’s Andy Cohen Tests Positive for Coronavirus; Watch What Happens’ New Format Put on Hold

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Andy Cohen has evaluated favorable for coronavirus, the Bravo host announced in an Instagram post on Friday. Taking into account his diagnosis, he and

Bravo will be “placing a pin “in the just-announced new style for his talk program Watch What Happens Live, which was to see Cohen broadcasting from his apartment and also carrying out video-chat meetings with Bravo characters and also other celebs. (The new layout was readied to debut this Sunday night.)

“After a couple of days of self-quarantine, and not really feeling great, I have checked favorable for Coronavirus,” Cohen described in a caption. “As long as I felt like I might press through whatever I was really feeling to do #WWHL from residence, we’re putting a pin in that for now so I can focus on improving. I intend to thank all the doctor who are working tirelessly for everyone, and also advise everybody to stay home and also look after themselves.”

Cohen joins an installing listing of celebs– consisting of Tom Hanks, Idris Elba and The Bachelor star Colton Underwood– who have actually examined favorable for the infection, the spread of which has brought much of the world to a stop. With greater than 17,500 cases in the United States at press time, the outbreak has actually closed down production on more than 100 TV shows; visit this site for a full checklist of the programs impacted.