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Savannah Guthrie & Craig Melvin Return to Studio with Hoda Kotb for the First Time since March

Joe Akins
Apr 15, 2020
06:00 A.M.
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Savannah Guthrie returned to the Today Show studio on Tuesday morning, nearly two weeks after she started working from home.


Savannah decided to work from home as a precaution after she came down with a sore throat and runny nose.

According to the mother of two, it wouldn't have been a big deal to her, but due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, she thought it would be best for her to stay at home till she's sure it's nothing.

Savannah Guthrie at Advertising Week 2015 AWXII on September 30, 2015. | Source: Getty Images


While staying at home, Savannah continued to do her job from a makeshift studio in the basement of her home while her co-host Hoda Kotb kept working from the show's midtown New York City office.

The first thing Savannah did on her return to the studio was to take a selfie with her co-host, which she shared on her Twitter page and captioned it,



The "Today Show" shared a post on Twitter welcoming Savannah back on the show. Kotb was no doubt the happiest to see the 48-year-old back in the studio. While beaming with joy, co-host, Hoda Kotb said,

"I was just going to say, so many things are not normal, and in this moment, right now, as I look at you, something finally is. It's good to see you."


Savannah actually enjoyed the little time she spent at home with her children. She shared pictures of them, making a yummy looking rainbow cheesecake.

Even though Savannah was back at work on Tuesday, there are still many of her coworkers who are working from home, like Craig Melvin and Al Roker, who always delivers his usual weather broadcast from his living room or his backyard sometimes.


Melvin and Roker were sent home since March 13 after a staff member on their 9.a.m show was diagnosed with the novel coronavirus.

Both Savannah and her co-host will be having a special primetime show about the coronavirus pandemic on Tuesday night, one in a series of specials NBC is producing about the health crisis in the coming weeks.

The show is set to air at 10 p.m. EST. The hosts will educate the public, talk about the country's potential new hotspots, and also answer questions from viewers at home.


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