In March, CBS News headquarters became the first national broadcast television network to announce internally that some employees had tested positive, resulting in CBS This Morning moving to The Late Show's Ed Sullivan Theater. "But eight months later, and despite strict testing protocols for people entering company buildings, parent company ViacomCBS is still dealing with a steady beat of coronavirus cases," reports The Washington Post's Jeremy Barr. "In November, 15 people who have been in the media conglomerate’s CBS Broadcast Center complex have tested positive, according to emails sent to employees and reviewed by The Washington Post. There was also an additional positive case at a building across the street. The latest cases seem to have affected New York’s WCBS-TV, an affiliate network, and to not have directly affected CBS News employees, though the most recent alert mentioned that the CBS This Morning kitchen area was an affected space." As Barr notes, The Drew Barrymore Show tapes at CBS Broadcast Complex in New York City.