Vice President Kamala Harris’ scheduled live appearance on “The View” was delayed Friday morning after two co-hosts tested positive for the coronavirus, their colleague Joy Behar told the show’s viewers.

Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were vaccinated against COVID-19 and apparently experienced “breakthrough” infections, Behar said.

Both women left the set, which was cleaned during an unplanned commercial break, she said.

Behar and co-host Sara Haines then repeatedly stalled for time by taking questions from the audience while arrangements were being made to have Harris appear remotely from a room inside the building.

“The Secret Service is doing things to make her feel safe,” Behar said.

Sunny Hostin and Ana Navarro were vaccinated against COVID-19 and apparently experienced “breakthrough” infections, Behar (left) said.
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They said Harris would do the interview remotely from within the same studio out of caution.

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The show said Harris would do her interview remotely from a different room in the building.Drew Angerer/Getty Images
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