Ginger Zee has been forced to take time off from Good Morning America as she takes care of herself and her two children after a difficult diagnosis.
The meteorologist announced on Friday that she, Adrian and Miles have tested positive for COVID-19.
In an Instagram post, Ginger shared the test results and explained how they all feel in the caption.
“Covid is focusing on the house. The kids and I are going to stop. Everyone is feeling tired and overwhelmed, but that’s okay, I’ll be out for a while to protect everyone. I hope everyone stays healthy and safe.”
Their co-star Dylan Dreyer commented: “Oh no! Feel better! And good luck,” while World News Tonight host David Muir also wished them a “speedy recovery.”
Fans sent emojis, writing, “OMG I hope you and the kids are better” and “I just went through the same thing. Prayers for a speedy recovery.”
Ginger and her children have COVID-19
Ginger did not mention her husband, Ben Aaron, hinting that the TV host currently tested negative for the coronavirus.
The mother of two is now recovering at her home away from the New York studios, and viewers will no doubt miss her.
The diagnosis follows an exciting career milestone when Ginger celebrated ten years with ABC and was honored by Disney.
She shared a photo of the plaque she received, which read: “Presented to Ginger Zee. She Recognizes 10 Magical Years at The Walt Disney Company, along with a special pin.
Taking to the title of her post to share her thoughts, Ginger wrote, “A truly magical decade, thank you @mickeymouse. This is more to all the people who believed in me, supported me, and gave me opportunities.
“My goal was to #SparkleEveryDay and bring that sparkle with me, and I don’t know if I did it every day, but I’m getting closer and I can’t wait to see what’s next. The plaque and pin really reinforce that.”
She then thanked some of her co-stars and teammates, including GMA presenters Robin Roberts, Michael Strahan, George Stephanopoulos, Lara Spencer and Amy Robach, and her boyfriend David Muir was also praised for “always being there”.