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US Late Night Show host James Corden’s infection program ceased broadcasting | Confirmed infection | Epoch Times

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[Epoch Times January 08, 2022](Reported by Epoch Times reporter Tong Yijia) On January 6, local time, James Corden, the host of the American talk show “The Late Late Show” ) Announcing the confirmed infection on Instagram. And said that the program will be suspended in the next few days.

James Corden, who has been fully vaccinated and given a booster shot, said when he announced the infection on the 6th: “I am very lucky to feel completely fine. Please be careful.” (click to see the post)

With the recent outbreak of the Omicron variant virus, the number of people infected in the United States has skyrocketed. A group of ace hosts have also been diagnosed one after another, stopping recording shows as normal, and NBC television network has become the hardest hit area.

Previously, the veteran variety show “Saturday Night Live” reported that several actors were infected, including a group of old crews including Scarlett Johansson’s husband Colin Kelly Jost, so they refused to return. Go to the studio to record.

Before Christmas, the host of “The Tonight Show” (The Tonight Show) Jimmy Fallon (Jimmy Fallon) diagnosed; recently, Seth Meyers, who was ranked behind Jimmy Fallon in the show time, on the 4th It was also announced to be infected and the entire “Late Night with Seth Meyers” (Late Night with Seth Meyers) show was cancelled.

James Corden, Jimmy, and Seth all believed that they should have improved their protection after taking two doses of vaccines and boosters, but they all suffered breakthrough infections.

Editor in charge: Ye Ziwei

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