Harris did not interact with Hostin or Navarro prior to the show, according to a White House official. Harris then conducted the interview remotely after a certain delay.
The positive results were announced by “The View” host Joy Behar during the show after Hostin and Navarro were asked to leave the set. Hostin and Navarro were seated at the table with the other hosts at the start of the program.
The tables were cleaned and sanitized after leaving the set, said Behar, who continued to host the show on the set with her co-host Sara Haines. Behar said Hostin and Navarro were both fully vaccinated.
Harris received two doses of Moderna’s Covid-19 vaccine and received both snapshots live on camera.
Harris replied, “Thank you, Joy, and everyone. Look, Sunny and Ana are strong women and I know they are doing well, but that also speaks to the fact that they are vaccinated and the vaccines really make all the difference because otherwise we would be concerned about the hospitalization or worse. “
CNN reported last month that data from the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that more than 99.99% of people fully vaccinated against Covid-19 have not had a breakthrough case resulting in hospitalization or death .
Harris called on Americans to get vaccinated and be responsible.
“I watched, like many of you, with sorrow, the videos of people who are in an intensive care bed, who have not been vaccinated, begging their family members: ‘please , get vaccinated, ”Harris said.
She continued, “You know, when I think about it in the context of one of us who has had these terrible experiences of holding the hand of a loved one who is in an intensive care bed or is on. about to die – like, don Don’t put your families through this. The vaccine is free. It is safe and it will save your life. So people just have to get vaccinated.
This story has been updated with additional information.