Need help with React Native Web accessibility

I am currently working on a component that handles refinement filters in React Native Web. I need to have a screen reader (voiceover) announce when you delete one of these applied filters to the user. Currently I have the label set to accessibilityLabel= 'Clear ' + refinment.title I want it to read the label and then something like “Removed” when you fire off the removal. Any help and/or suggestions would be great! Thanks

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I have tried using accessibiltyLiveRegion. Both ‘polite’ and ‘assertive’ but nothing is announcing when I remove the button… There is an onPress function that causes the removal of the button from the screen, any ideas on associating a new accessibilityLabel into the onPress to announce “removed”??