1. Savannah Guthrie, Hoda Kotb And Al Roker Anchor TODAY From 3 Different Locations | TODAY  TODAY
  2. [VIDEO] 'Today' Show: Savannah Guthrie Working From Home — Coronavirus  TVLine
  3. Savannah Guthrie, With a "Mild Sore Throat," to Film 'Today' From Home  Hollywood Reporter
  4. Savannah to anchor TODAY from home with a ‘mild sore throat’ out of ‘abundance of caution’  Yahoo Celebrity
  5. Savannah Guthrie Reveals She’ll Anchor ‘Today’ At Home Amid COVID-19 Outbreak  HollywoodLife
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Savannah Guthrie is co-anchoring Today from her basement amid a mild sore throat and runny nose. Click here for more details.Savannah Guthrie is co-anchoring Today from her basement amid a mild sore throat and runny nose. Click here for more details.

Today's Savannah Guthrie Co-Anchors From Home Amid Mild Sore Throat | E! News

Savannah Guthrie will anchor "Today" from t home as one of the nation's best-known morning programs grapples with tcoronavirus population.Savannah Guthrie will anchor "Today" from t home as one of the nation's best-known morning programs grapples with tcoronavirus population.

Coronavirus Concerns Spur Savannah Guthrie to Anchor ‘Today’ From Home – Variety

Hoda Kotb flies solo to NBC's Studio 1A, as today's co-owner Savannah Guthrie shows she starts working from home from an "abundance of attention" during a coronary pandemic. "Now we're really social spacers, aren't we, Hoda?"

[VIDEO] 'Today' Show: Savannah Guthrie Working From Home - Coronavirus - Bulletin Mail

“"This show's been around a long time. ... but never has this happened before." @savannahguthrie and @alroker discuss what it's been like working from home while @hodakotb holds down the fort in Studio 1A https://t.co/uhCdmAVp4Z”

TODAY on Twitter: ""This show's been around a long time. ... but never has this happened before." @savannahguthrie and @alroker discuss what it's been like working from home while @hodakotb holds down the fort in Studio 1A… https://t.co/9HmgUqTDeH"

“This was the advice of NBC’s superb medical team and my bosses. 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. #loveyourneighbor So see you tomorrow on TODAY - from my basement!”

Savannah Guthrie on Twitter: "This was the advice of NBC’s superb medical team and my bosses. 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. #loveyourneighbor So see you tomorrow on TODAY - from my basement!"

“Hi everybody! Well, this will be a first. I’m going to be anchoring TODAY from my house! In an abundance of caution, and to model the super vigilance the CDC has asked of all of us, I’m staying home because I have a mild sore throat and runny nose. 1/2”

Savannah Guthrie on Twitter: "Hi everybody! Well, this will be a first. I’m going to be anchoring TODAY from my house! In an abundance of caution, and to model the super vigilance the CDC has asked of all of us, I’m staying home because I have a mild sore throat and runny nose. 1/2"

“Things look a little different for us this morning. @savannahguthrie wasn’t feeling her best, so in an abundance of caution and to model the vigilance the CDC has asked of all of us, she followed the advice of NBC’s medical team and is working from home. https://t.co/kAszjLblS0”

TODAY on Twitter: "Things look a little different for us this morning. @savannahguthrie wasn’t feeling her best, so in an abundance of caution and to model the vigilance the CDC has asked of all of us, she followed the advice of NBC’s medical team and is working from home.… https://t.co/tLUiFK1xML"

TODAY anchor Savannah Guthrie will join the thousands of Americans working from home on Wednesday.TODAY anchor Savannah Guthrie will join the thousands of Americans working from home on Wednesday.

Guthrie to Anchor TODAY From Home Out of ‘Abundance of Caution’ – NBC New York

"Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie announced Wednesday that she will work from home amid the coronavirus pandemic as a precaution because she "wasn't feeling her best.""Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie announced Wednesday that she will work from home amid the coronavirus pandemic as a precaution because she "wasn't feeling her best."

'Today' show's Savannah Guthrie to work from home amid coronavirus pandemic | TheHill

"Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie announced Wednesday that she will work from home amid the coronavirus pandemic as a precaution because she "wasn't feeling her best.""Today" show co-anchor Savannah Guthrie announced Wednesday that she will work from home amid the coronavirus pandemic as a precaution because she "wasn't feeling her best."

'Today' show's Savannah Guthrie to work from home amid coronavirus pandemic | TheHill

Guthrie made the announcement that she was self-quarantining with symptoms Tuesday night.Guthrie made the announcement that she was self-quarantining with symptoms Tuesday night.

Savannah Guthrie to anchor 'Today' from home during self-quarantine

Savannah Guthrie reveals she'll anchor 'Today' at home amid the coronavirus outbreak. See her message here.Savannah Guthrie reveals she'll anchor 'Today' at home amid the coronavirus outbreak. See her message here.

Savannah Guthrie Says She’ll Anchor ‘Today’ At Home Amid Coronavirus – Hollywood Life

She has a "super mild" sore throat and runny nose.She has a "super mild" sore throat and runny nose.

Savannah to anchor TODAY from home with a ‘mild sore throat’ out of ‘abundance of caution’

Savannah Guthrie revealed Wednesday that she was working from home after coming down with a sore throat.Savannah Guthrie revealed Wednesday that she was working from home after coming down with a sore throat.

Savannah Guthrie co-anchors 'Today' show from her home while self-isolating - AOL Entertainment

Tuko.co.ke News ☛ In her post dated Tuesday, March 17, night, the journalists revealed she was forced to make the move because she has been on self-isolation after symptoms.In her post dated Tuesday, March 17, night, the journalists revealed she was forced to make the move because she has been on self-isolation after symptoms.

TV host Savannah Guthrie to broadcast show from home over coronavirus

The 48-year-old mother-of-two announced on Tuesday evening that she would be joining the Today show from home on Wednesday.The 48-year-old mother-of-two announced on Tuesday evening that she would be joining the Today show from home on Wednesday.

Savannah Guthrie anchors the Today show from home amid coronavirus pandemic | Daily Mail Online

Savannah Guthrie decided to anchor from her home after coming down with a “mild sore throat and runny nose"Savannah Guthrie decided to anchor from her home after coming down with a “mild sore throat and runny nose"

Savannah Guthrie Anchors Today Live from Her Basement | PEOPLE.com

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Even Today's Savannah Guthrie is working from home now. Amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Guthrie co-anchored Wednesday's edition of Today not from the show's New York studio, but from her basement, explaining she's doing so in an "abundance of caution" after feeling under the weather. "It's very unusual," Guthrie said at the top of the show. "I'm actually home. I'm in my basement right now." Guthrie told viewers she isn't "feeling my best" and has a sore throat with some sniffles, something she normally "wouldn't have thought anything of," but "we are in different times, aren't we?" Today's Al Roker and Craig Melvin were previously sent home after a staffer on the show's third hour tested positive for the novel coronavirus — only for Roker to do the weather from his kitchen. Late night hosts have also started doing what they do best to viewers from their homes, with Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and Stephen Colbert all delivering monologues remotely this week. Colbert did so while in his bathtub. During their working-from-home segments, these hosts have also frequently urged viewers to follow their example and practice social distancing to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, and Guthrie said Wednesday she hoped to "model the vigilance that the CDC is asking of all of us right now. ... And so, here I am." Brendan Morrow Things look a little different for us this morning. @savannahguthrie wasn’t feeling her best, so in an abundance of caution and to model the vigilance the CDC has asked of all of us, she followed the advice of NBC’s medical team and is working from home. pic.twitter.com/kAszjLblS0 — TODAY (@TODAYshow) March 18, 2020

Savannah Guthrie is hosting Today from her basement

Even Today's Savannah Guthrie is working from home now. Amid the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, Guthrie co-anchored Wednesday's edition of Today not from the show's New York studio, but from her basement, explaining she's doing so in an "abundance of caution" after feeling under the weather. "It's very unusual," Guthrie said at the top of the show. "I'm actually home. I'm in my basement right now." Guthrie told viewers she isn't "feeling my best" and has a sore throat with some sniffles, something she normally "wouldn't have thought anything of," but "we are in different times, aren't we?" Today's Al Roker and Craig Melvin were previously sent home after a staffer on the show's third hour tested positive for the novel coronavirus — only for Roker to do the weather from his kitchen. Late night hosts have also started doing what they do best to viewers from their homes, with Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and Stephen Colbert all delivering monologues remotely this week. Colbert did so while in his bathtub. During their working-from-home segments, these hosts have also frequently urged viewers to follow their example and practice social distancing to help slow the spread of the novel coronavirus, and Guthrie said Wednesday she hoped to "model the vigilance that the CDC is asking of all of us right now. ... And so, here I am." Brendan Morrow

Savannah Guthrie is hosting Today from her basement