Wendy Williams was recently hospitalized after contracting Covid-19 despite being fully vaccinated.
The September 20th season premiere of the Wendy Williams Show was canceled after Wendy was diagnosed with a breakthrough case of Covid-19.
Wendy's Instagram account announced on Wednesday that the fully vaccinated daytime host is battling a "breakthrough case of Covid-19."
"While continuing her health evaluations, Wendy has tested positive for a breakthrough case of COVID-19," the statement read.
"To allow Wendy time to quarantine and fully recover and to ensure that our production abides by all SAG/AFTRA and DGA Covid protocols, we expect to begin the 13th season of 'The Wendy Williams Show' on Monday, October 4th."
Page Six reports the show will air repeats until then.
Wendy's fans were shocked when paparazzi photos showed her arriving at her Manhattan apartment wearing a bathrobe and blue socks on the wet pavement.
She was assisted into the building while another man followed close behind her with a wheelchair.
According to the Centers for Disease Control data on breakthrough cases: "Vaccine breakthrough cases are expected," and "no vaccine is 100% effective at preventing illness."
The CDC claims the mRNA vaccines "may make illness less severe for those who are vaccinated and still get sick. The risk of infection, hospitalization, and death are all much lower in vaccinated people compared to unvaccinated."