Spoiler alert: This article contains spoilers for those who aren't caught up on Season 27 of The Bachelor.
In Episode 5, while in London, leading man Zach Shallcross tested positive for COVID-19. As a result, his interactions with his remaining Bachelor ladies was virtual, including the cocktail party and rose ceremony.
Greer attempted to emphasize with Zach, telling him she had COVID during a pivotal time as a medical sales rep. He didn't find sympathy in her response and seemingly slammed her career, leaving Greer wondering if her time on the show was over.
Despite her concerns, she received a rose at the virtual rose ceremony. However, Greer disappeared from the following episode.
What happened to Greer on 'The Bachelor'?
Although many fans initially wondered if she self-eliminated after the challenging week, host Jesse Palmer cleared up the speculation at the start of Episode 6. He told Zach, "I do have some news. Unfortunately, Greer also is feeling a bit under the weather." The host later confirmed that Greer wouldn't be available for the group date because she tested positive for COVID.
Jesse noted that she felt fine and was asymptomatic but would spend the week quarantining in her hotel room.
"If you can let her know that I'm thinking about her, and I want her to get as healthy as she can as quick as she can — but not to stress and worry about it," Zach replied.
Wait, did Greer leave 'The Bachelor'?
If you recall, Bachelorette Season 19 contestant Logan Palmer was eliminated after testing positive for COVID — but the same can't be said for Greer. In fact, during Episode 7, she returned triumphantly to Budapest.
Sadly, her joy and Zach's joy was short-lived, as Zach said in a previous confessional he was worried about their connection after she had been absent for so long (three weeks is a lifetime in Bachelor time, apparently!).
Just before Zach headed off to a one-on-one date with Brooklyn, he and Greer finally had a conversation about where their relationship was headed. Greer said she was eager to pick up where they left off, but Zach admitted he wasn't sure they had a connection anymore and sent her home.
Will Greer be on 'Bachelor in Paradise'?
After Greer's speedy exit from and re-emergence to The Bachelor, fans are eager to see more of her. So far, there hasn't been any word on whether she'd join the cast of Bachelor in Paradise, but if she's still in high demand even after leaving the show, we wouldn't be surprised to see her return to screens.
New episodes of Season 27 of The Bachelor air Mondays at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.