Sarah Jessica Parker bundles up in jacket and sweats with a black face mask as she walks in New York City… days after testing positive for COVID-19

Sarah Jessica Parker traversed the New York City streets on Friday just days after a positive COVID-19 test. 

The actress, 57, walked through the concrete jungle in a black jacket over a gray t-shirt. 

She bundled up with a pair of gray-white sweatpants and kept her balance on high heel clogs.  

Back in the streets: Sarah Jessica Parker traversed the New York City streets on Friday just days after a positive COVID-19 test

The Sex and the City star’s blonde hair was tied back in a tight bun, and she covered her mouth with a black face covering. 

Parker wore huge headphones and carried a bulky backpack with her as she walked through Manhattan. 

It didn’t appear that she was wearing much makeup, and her skin seemed a bit pale though that may be because of her recent bout with COVID-19.  

Keeping casual: The actress, 57, walked through the concrete jungle in a black jacket over a gray t-shirt

Keeping casual: The actress, 57, walked through the concrete jungle in a black jacket over a gray t-shirt

Stylish: The Sex and the City star's blonde hair was tied back in a tight bun, and she covered her mouth with a black face covering

Stylish: The Sex and the City star’s blonde hair was tied back in a tight bun, and she covered her mouth with a black face covering

Parker tested positive for the virus last week just days after her husband Matthew Broderick announced his own positive test. 

Their illnesses halted performances of Plaza Suite, the couple’s three-act show during which they play three couples in a hotel suite. 

‘With both Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker positive for COVID, tonight’s performance of ‘Plaza Suite’ is canceled,’ the show’s producers said in a statement to Variety. 

‘The producers apologize for the inconvenience this has caused audience members. Ticket holders should contact their point of sale to reschedule for a future performance or obtain a refund.’  

Double whammy: Parker tested positive for COVID-19 last week just days after her husband Matthew Broderick announced his own positive test

Double whammy: Parker tested positive for COVID-19 last week just days after her husband Matthew Broderick announced his own positive test

Taking a break: Their illnesses halted performances of Plaza Suite, the couple's three-act show during which they play three couples in a hotel suite

Taking a break: Their illnesses halted performances of Plaza Suite, the couple’s three-act show during which they play three couples in a hotel suite

Before receiving her own positive test, Parker performed several times with Broderick’s understudy, Tony winner Michael McGrath. 

Plaza Suite was originally supposed to begin its run of previews back on March 13,  2020 but all Broadway theaters were shut down the day before because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

While it may seem that Parker is out relatively soon after testing positive just last week, the Hocus Pocus star is actually just following new Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. 

The government agency recommends that those who test positive should isolate at home for just five days. If someone does have to leave home for some reason, they should wear a mask that fits well. 

Isolation can end after five days if the person exhibiting symptoms is free of fever for 24 hours and symptoms are improving.  

The show went on: Before receiving her own positive test, Parker performed several times with Broderick's understudy, Tony winner Michael McGrath

The show went on: Before receiving her own positive test, Parker performed several times with Broderick’s understudy, Tony winner Michael McGrath

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