Last week, the hosts of "The View" were taken off the stage in the middle of their show, after receiving a false positive COVID-19 results, moments before an interview with VP Kamala Harris.
Yesterday morning the two joined Joy Behar and Sara Haines back on the panel, letting everyone know they were in fact COVID negative and detailing what went on after they were yanked from the table.
The show's producer Brian Teta apologized for how the show handled the situation, saying that it did make for "really awkward television" and in doing so made their medical results public knowledge.
"It was just an unbelievable set of circumstances. We found out moments before we got on the air. And in that moment, all I could think of was we had to keep the hosts safe and we had to keep the Vice President safe," he said from off-stage on Monday's show.
"And that led to some really awkward television that I'd like to have back, if I could, but I really wanna acknowledge and apologize for Sunny and Ana because in the midst of all this chaos they were put in this position where they had this information put out on television and, to make it even worse, it turned not to be true, it was a false positive," he continued. "It was unfortunate that mistakes were made ... I'm so so relieved that you guys are healthy and nobody was ever in danger."
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