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Wendy Williams has reportedly been hospitalized for a psychiatric evaluation after suffering a psychotic break.

According to TMZ, the 57-year-old host was voluntarily admitted to a hospital in New York on Wednesday for a psychiatric hold.

Police responded to a 911 call about a "non-violent" 57-year-old woman behaving erratically at Wendy's luxury high-rise in Manhattan.

She was bundled into an ambulance and transported to a NY hospital where she was admitted for a mental health evaluation.

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Wendy, who is fully vaccinated, was previously hospitalized after she tested positive for a "breakthrough case" of Covid-19. A source told TMZ that Wendy is currently "asymptomatic", meaning she is showing no symptoms of Covid.

Breakthrough cases occur when fully vaccinated persons are infected with Covid-19.

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."

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It's unclear at this stage when the talk show Diva will be discharged from the hospital. However, the insider told TMZ that her mental health "continues to improve each day".

It isn't clear what triggered Wendy's mental break. She recently began dating again after breaking off a mentally abusive relationship earlier this year.

Due to Williams' mental and physical health issues, the premiere of the new season of The Wendy Williams Show has been pushed from September 20 to October 4.

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Doctors have identified a temporary psychotic disorder, Corona Psychosis, brought on by the stress, tension, social isolation and fear of catching the coronavirus.

According to Psychiatric Times, doctors have noticed a new trend in temporary psychosis and mental breakdowns related to the stress of catching the coronavirus.

People are afraid of contracting and transmitting the virus, doctors say.

Healthcare workers on the front lines seem to be most susceptible to the stress of the uncertainty and loss of control due to the coronavirus pandemic.

But lay people are also suffering temporary psychotic episodes caused by the stress of potentially catching the virus.

Symptoms of temporary psychosis are seen in people with no history of mental disorders or psychosis.

An Oklahoma woman shot up a McDonald's on May 6 - injuring four workers - after she was told she couldn't eat inside the dining area because it was closed due to Covid-19. The restaurant was only open for drive thru orders.

Last month an NFL star was nearly killed when his wife caught him cheating with a woman during the lockdown in Austin, Texas.

And earlier this week, a woman, her husband and adult son were arrested and charged with murder in the shooting death of a security guard at a Family Dollar store in Flint, Michigan.

Doctors and police expect more incidents of violence as social isolation triggers anxiety, depression and stress in healthy citizens.

If you are suffering from mental health problems, including depression, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), call the National Mental Health Hotline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

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