Hilary Duff revealed on Saturday that she had been exposed to the novel coronavirus.
The 33-year-old Lizzie McGuire star shared the news without fanfare in an Instagram Stories post.
The actress wrote that she was on her second day in quarantine, although the details of her exposure were limited.
Precautions: Hilary Duff, 33, revealed on Saturday that she had been exposed to COVID-19 and was on her second day in quarantine
Hilary’s single Instagram Stories photo showed her looking like a soft in a gray hoodie with her long blonde locks flowing down in gentle waves.
‘Exposed to covid. Quarantine Day 2, ‘she wrote, adding’ Fml. ‘
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends that anyone who has been in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19 be quarantined for 14 days.
It defines close contact as being within 6 feet of an infected individual for a total of 15 minutes a day.
Hilary’s photo did not specify where or how she was exposed and whether it happened in the workplace or not.
Later on Saturday, Hilary shared another photo of herself with the new collection of essays Nobody Asked for This, written by Cazzie David, daughter of Seinfeld’s co-creator Larry David.
‘Just me and Cazzie. Cazzie and I, ‘she wrote.
Reading: Later on Saturday, Hilary posted a photo of herself with the essay collection No Ask for This by Cazzie David, daughter of Seinfeld co-creator Larry David
Out of commission: Hilary did not say how she was exposed, but the CDC recommends that people who are in contact with an infected person for more than 15 minutes should be quarantined for 14 days; shown November 17th
On the job: Hilary was last seen in NYC this week when she filmed scenes from her TV Land series Younger with the show’s director, Sutton Foster; shown November 17th
Hilary was last seen in public earlier this week when she filmed scenes from her TV Land series Younger.
She was on stage in Manhattan’s East Village Tuesday and Wednesday to film scenes with her costar Sutton Foster.
Hilary plays a major supporting role, Kelsey Peters, a young editor at a book publisher in New York City.
She and Sutton’s character Liza Miller become friends after Liza lies about her age to get a job in the youth-obsessed press.
Professional: Hilary plays a major supporting role, Kelsey Peters, a young editor at a book publisher in New York City
On Tuesday, actresses filmed a scene where Kelsey made Liza think she had a bug in her hair, which caused the Bunheads star to dance around in panic and blow her hair out to try to get it out.
Hilary looked chic in a long white coat with a gray-green sack dress with lacy collar decorations and knee-high beige boots.
On Wednesday, she arrived at the set in her costume, but with extra protection from the cold, including a stylish green and blue plaid overcoat and more sturdy brown boots that reached just above her ankles.
Bicoastal: Although she’s usually based in LA, Hilary has temporarily moved to New York City while filming Younger with her husband Matthew Koma (33) and their children
Together again: She also brought her son Luca, eight, and daughter Banks, two together; Banks shown on Halloween
Although she’s usually based in LA, Hilary has temporarily moved to New York City while filming Younger.
Attending her are her husband Matthew Koma, 33, as well as her son Luca, eight, and daughter Banks, two.
The couple first started dancing in 2017, but they got to know each other two years earlier when he co-wrote and produced parts of her 2015 album Breathe In.
She shares Luca with her ex-husband Mike Comrie, a former professional hockey player.
Late last month, Hilary and Matthew shared the happy news that she was expecting her third child shortly after arriving in NYC.
Baby on board: Hilary announced she was expecting her third child and her second child with her husband Matthew in a short video post to Instagram late last month