Savannah Guthrie Offers Glimpse of Her Family Time Amid Coronavirus Outbreak
Just like most people in the world right now, "TODAY" co-anchor Savannah Guthrie is also working from home amid the COVID-19 outbreak. Looks like the mother-of-two is enjoying plenty of quality time with her kids.
In the wake of the global coronavirus pandemic, a growing number of corporations and educational institutes are closing their doors as a preventative step to avoid contamination.
By limiting social interactions, people can mitigate their chances of contracting the virus. As the world gets acquainted with the work-from-home setup, Savannah Guthrie of "TODAY" is trying to find a bright side of quarantine life.
WORKING FROM HOME
The post featured two pictures featuring her spending time with the kids and a slow-motion video of her daughter. "So. Much. Family Time," wrote Guthrie, adding a heart and a laughter emoji at the end.
"I feel good and am sure I will be back in no time - but during these days, it’s on all of us to be extra cautious and caring of those around us."
BEHIND THE SCENES
In another Instagram post, Guthrie shared a behind-the-scenes look at how she converted her basement into a mini studio, thanking her husband who has turned into a "producer and technician" to help her out.
Her fans took to the comment section to praise Guthrie for being so cautious amid the coronavirus pandemic. They thanked her for still being there for them.
Meanwhile, Jimmy Fallon also started filming short episodes of "The Tonight Show" from home. He has dedicated a homely area in his house as the set for his "at home" episodes. In his first YouTube video broadcast from home, he explained the reason why he is doing it.
"The show must go on is kind of the thing that we learned back when I did ‘SNL.'"
Another media person who is broadcasting from home is "The View" host, Whoopi Goldberg. The host joined her team during the show from home as a part of her social distancing practice.
We at AmoMama do our best to give you the most updated news regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, but the situation is constantly changing. We encourage readers to refer to the online updates from CDC, WHO, or Local Health Departments to stay updated. Take care!