Scott Stump16h ago / 12:22 PM UTCSavannah Guthrie joined much of the country in working from home on Wednesday.She co-anchored “TODAY” from her basement for precautionary reasons after feeling a little under the weather.”Here’s what happened: I wasn’t feeling my best, a little sore throat, some sniffles, I wouldn’t have thought anything of it, but we are in different times, aren’t we?” she said on-air. “So in an abundance of caution, and also to really model the vigilance the CDC is asking of all of us right now, we followed the advice of NBC’s medical team.”Savannah joins Al Roker and Craig Melvin in working from home out of an abundance of caution in the wake of the news that a staffer for the 3rd hour of “TODAY” tested positive for coronavirus this week.Read full story herePeter Jeary16h ago / 12:15 PM UTCClaudio Lavanga and Yuliya Talmazan16h ago / 12:07 PM UTCPope encourages ‘small gestures of attention’ amid coronavirus crisisPope Francis walks in a deserted Rome to pray at two shrines for the end of the coronavirus pandemic, in Rome, Italy on Sunday. Vatican Media / ReutersPope Francis urged Italians to commit “gestures of affection” Wednesday as millions have been forced to stay inside their


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