The Ellen DeGeneres Show extended its break on Thursday (Jan. December) as coronavirus cases continue to surge in California, United States

The show stopped production for the first time in December 2020 when Ellen DeGeneres announced her positive COVID-19 test result and left the show in uncertainty.It was a shaky year for the star whose talk show was filled with rumors and allegations during the day Toxicity was shaken

Telepictures, one of the production companies behind Ellen, has announced that the show is scheduled to resume on Jan. January to the 11th January has moved

“Due to the surge in COVID-19 in Los Angeles County and the continued safety of our employees and crew, the Ellen DeGeneres Show will push production by a week,” a spokesman told PEOPLE
The renewal came after the Los Angeles Department of Health filed a motion to suspend production this week as there were staggering spikes in some cases – the state’s death list hit Thursday 25th000

“Although music, television and film productions are allowed to run, we urge you to suspend work for a few weeks during this catastrophic surge in COVID cases,” said a letter from the agency, according to FilmLA. p>

“Identify and delay higher-risk activities and focus on lower-risk activities for the time being, if at all possible”

Ellen DeGeneres announced last month that she is on the mend after testing positive for the coronavirus but previously feeling “excruciating pain”

In a video posted on Twitter, the host gave an update on her health after announcing she had COVID-19

In a plaid shirt and with her dog Wally by her side, she said to the audience: “I just thank you for all the good wishes out there and I really appreciate it

“One thing they don’t tell you is that you’re getting kind of excruciating back pain,” she continued

“Didn’t know this was a symptom, but I’ve spoken to a few other people – back pain who knew? How come?

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