Infected with COVID-19 again, Savannah Guthrie is preparing to isolate

COVID-19 has been found in Savannah Guthrie's system once again.
On Friday, the TODAY show co-anchor posted a snapshot of her positive COVID-19 test on Instagram, along with the announcement.

Only two days before Mother's Day, she was diagnosed.
 she wrote, "So this happened – again!". There will be a "Covid +" air filter set to "turbo" and "It will be an isolated Mother's Day."

Guthrie added, "So far, I'm alright, just a little runny nose."
"What a Privilege," says Savannah Guthrie, the Today Show anchor who received the COVID-19 vaccine live on air.

Another coronavirus breakthrough occurred in January for Guthrie, who is 50 years old. In order to share the news, she made a virtual appearance on the Today programme. 

The diagnosis for her co-anchor Hoda Kotb came less than a week earlier.
Guthrie responded, "We're moving." As you return to the studio, I am working from home. 

You have a negative Covid test, and I have recently tested positive for the drug.
Guthrie described her symptoms as "small sniffles" and "nothing more than that"

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