Sunrise executive producer Michael Pell tests positive for Covid-19 during his trip to the United States

Sunrises executive producer Michael Pell and partner Daniel Burgess-Wise test positive for Covid-19 during their trip to the United States

Sunrise’s longtime executive producer Michael Pell and partner Daniel Burgess-Wise have reportedly contracted Covid-19.

The couple tested positive for the virus after arriving in the United States, according to The Sydney Morning Herald.

Michael and Daniel were scheduled to return to Sydney to host a New Years Eve party at their Vaucluse mansion, but their plans have been canceled.

Pros: Sunrise executive producer Michael Pell and partner Daniel Burgess-Wise were in the US during their trip

Pros: Sunrise executive producer Michael Pell and partner Daniel Burgess-Wise “tested positive for Covid-19” during their trip to the US.

They have completed their isolation and are believed to be traveling to Australia on Monday after testing negative for the virus twice.

Both are double vaccinated.

Daily Mail Australia approached Michael Pell for a comment.

Delay: Michael and Daniel were scheduled to return to Sydney to host a New Years Eve party at their Vaucluse villa, but their plans have been canceled

Delay: Michael and Daniel were scheduled to return to Sydney to host a New Years Eve party at their Vaucluse villa, but their plans have been canceled

It comes amid rumors that Michael may be stepping down from Channel Seven’s morning show.

According to Private Sydney, the 38-year-old is currently looking for possible offers in the United States

A decision has not yet been made, however, as Pell confirms that his current contract with Seven is “under negotiation”.

Keep going?  It comes amid rumors that Michael may be stepping down from Channel Seven's morning show

Keep going? It comes amid rumors that Michael may be stepping down from Channel Seven’s morning show

This isn’t the first time the talented producer has almost traveled to the US.

In 2019, the Herald Sun reported that Pell had “expressed interest” in moving to America, prompting Seven bosses to offer him an annual salary of over $ 1 million to stay on the network.

Pell is rumored to be one of the highest paid executives at Seven, producing up to 24 hours of live television each week.

Schwanengesang: Pell is allegedly looking at offers in the US, but is still negotiating with Seven

Schwanengesang: Pell is allegedly looking at offers in the US, but is still negotiating with Seven

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