As a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many shows have made the decision to change their daily operations as they attempt to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. "The Wendy Williams Show" and the "Today" show are among those that have changed the format of their shows in an attempt to mitigate the effects of the current outbreak.

Now, "Good Morning America" has also started taking their own steps to protect those who work on the morning news show.

On Wednesday morning, anchor Robin Roberts shared a short clip to her Twitter account where she gave a behind-the-scenes look at how the filming of the ABC news show will occur for the foreseeable future. 

After stating that she had a "short commute," as she just had to walk down to her basement to begin the live show, she discussed how the ongoing health crisis in New York City inspired her relocation.

"New York City, there's an escalation right there, and because of my underlying health conditions, my doctors thought it best that I work from home. But I did bring some items from the studio - got my Good Morning America mug, good morning sunshine, and also I brought this," the "GMA" host said while holding up a picture frame that said "hope" that featured Cleveland kidnapping survivor Gina DeJesus.

"She never gave up hope, and we never should give up hope either," she added. 

The full clip can be seen below.

Aside from the recent developments surrounding "GMA," the morning news show has also remained a topic of conversation over the past year following a video leak surrounding the Jeffrey Epstein scandal. At the time, host Amy Robach was seen discussing the ways in which Prince William and Kate Middleton reportedly played a role in the news network deciding not to air the journalist's report.

Following the release of the video, ABC stated that they had plans to investigate the leak in order to find the person responsible. 

Robin Roberts Television host Robin Roberts speaks after being awarded a Peabody Award for her work in "Robin's Journey" in New York May 20, 2013. The Peabody Awards are awarded annually by the University of Georgia to recognize achievement and meritorious public service in television, radio, and on the internet. Photo: Reuters/Lucas Jackson