Navarro made the comment while hitting back at the former president's son, Donald Trump Jr., over a dig he made about Navarro's weight.
Hostin said her husband had to be pulled out of the operating room "because God forbid he's operating on someone and he's COVID positive."
"I think it's time for a national conversation about the dangers of Covid-19 & obesity," Trump Jr. tweeted after Navarro got a positive COVID-19 test result.
"It takes so much work to do an interview like this and it's something that we were excited about," said the co-host, who exited from the show's set after testing positive for COVID.
Two of "The View" co-hosts tested positive for COVID-19, which delayed Harris' appearance towards the end of the episode.
CNN correspondent Ana Navarro called President Trump "pathetic" for attacking late Rep. John Dingell because Dingell's wife, Debbie Dingell, voted for his impeachment.
"He's been racist, he's been a jerk," Ana Navarro said, "he's attacked people like me, he's attacked Donna Brazile, he's attacked Don Lemon."
Navarro told CNN that the chanting was "democracy in action."
Republican strategist and CNN contributor Ana Navarro accused Rubio of being a "pretender" who has been reduced to a "caricature of his former self" after the senator wrote a tweet that appeared to defend President Donald Trump.
Analyst told network host Chris Cuomo that Trump is obsessed with his predecessor.
Political commentator condemns president for his continuing attacks against "national hero" who died last August.
Trump had branded Klobuchar a "snowman" after the senator delivered her announcement speech in wintery conditions in Minnesota.
Political commentator Ana Navarro defended George Conway and reminded Eric Trump that his father has shown disrespect for "every one of his three wives."
The CNN commentator says people around Trump need to tell him "you are no longer the host of 'The Apprentice.' You are not a used car salesman. You are the president of the United States."
Navarro's criticism echoes a statement by CNN in response to the video, which said that Trump was "encouraging violence against reporters"