Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil anchored from their respective homes this morning to keep with federal and state guidelines for social distancing. “We, like you, are practicing social distancing out of an abundance of caution,” King said. Mason already began anchoring from home last week after a family member exhibited signs of infection. The CBS This Morning team has been particularly affected by the coronavirus crisis. A coronavirus outbreak forced the show to move out of its regular studio at CBS Broadcast Center two weeks ago. The show moved to CBS News' Washington, D.C. bureau before settling at The Late Show with Stephen Colbert's Ed Sullivan Theater. "The decision to keep all three anchors at home was in part an effort to keep to a minimum the number of CBS This Morning staffers needed in one place to produce the show," reports Variety's Cynthia Littleton. "With the anchors working from home, fewer crew members and staffers were required to gather at the Ed Sullivan Theater." ALSO: CBS News is mourning the loss of breaking news producer Maria Mercader, who died of coronavirus.