The last row on your display indicates the camera doesn't have any satellite signal reception. Are you outside with a clear view of the sky?
If you are outside with GPS enabled and have waited more than a minute but still show no signal in the GPS reception signal status, then your camera may need service.
I've tested both my 5D IV (which has built-in GPS) and my 5D III using the Canon GP-E2 GPS module and both handled the roll-over without a problem.
I don't anticipate many GPS units will have a problem with the roll-over considering this is the 2nd such roll-over (any GPS that didn't understand how to deal with a roll-over event would likely already be malfunctioning before this most-recent roll-over event.)
GPS satellites drift in orbit and their orbital elements used to calculate a position fix is regularly updated. The satellites continuously broadcast those updates. If your GPS hasn't been used in a while, it can take significantly longer to get a fix. The update protocol completely re-broadcasts the GPS "almanac" in a loop that takes 12.5 minutes. As long as your GPS has a non-obstructed view of the sky, it will download the update (this is a passive thing ... you don't have to do anything other than make sure the GPS is switched on and has an un-obstructed view.) See: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GPS_signals#Almanac