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Whoopi Goldberg back on The View after coronavirus battle

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Whoopi Goldberg made her return to The View on Monday after a battle with COVID-19 during the show's holiday break.Goldberg, 66, appeared on the show along with castmates Ana Navarro, 50, and Sunny Hostin, 53, who are both recovering from cases of the virus, as well as Sara Haines, 44, who isolated after she was a close contact with someone who tested positive.'If you find yourself coming down with COVID or having to isolate because you’ve been around somebody with it, then you got to spend some time figuring out, "How am I going to not become cranky or get really crabby or nasty to people?"' Goldberg said.

The latest:Whoopi Goldberg, 66, made her return to The View on Monday after a battle with COVID-19 during the show's holiday breakShe continued: 'You got to watch television, redesign stuff, because it feels like it’s everywhere ...

I feel like I opened the window and got COVID, because it was just blowing by on the waves in the wind.'Goldberg emphasized how the virus made for a difficult situation as it continues to evolve, with infection rates spiking as of late due to the omicron variant. 'It’s going to continue to change, because, you know, the CDC is learning and they’re trying to keep us on top of what they’re learning, and this is fluid,' she said. 'I don’t know what more they can do to get people to understand what this is right now, we’re in the midst of a pandemic, we don’t know where it is, it’s everywhere.'It’s like a fart in a dust storm, you turn around and there it is, you just don't know ...

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