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has been seen flouting social distancing rules after this week sharing a video saying that she had coronavirus antibodies and was ‘going out to breath the air‘.
The star appeared in a live stream from photographer and filmmaker Steven Klein‘s birthday party Saturday, and in the clip at least eight people are seen gathering in close proximity despite the quarantine orders.
Over the course of the evening, performers put on a spectacular show for in-person attendees and those joining online.
As hundreds of people joined live from their homes to watch the celebration, 61-year-old Madonna hugs Klein as he thanks people for joining him.
It‘s unclear whose home hosted the gathering but other videos posted on social media show performers petting horses. Madonna is a horse owner.
The event has been advertised on social media earlier but it was unclear whether Madonna would appear in-person.
The guests had earlier presented Klein with sweet treat that Madonna dubbed a ‘COVID cake‘ at one point.
It was after a person in costume bit directly into one of the cakes.
Last Thursday, Madonna shared her ‘Quarantine Diaries‘ and told fans she tested positive for antibodies.
‘I took a test the other day. I found out that I have the antibodies,‘ she began. ‘So tomorrow, I‘m just going to go for a long drive in a car and I‘m going to roll down the window, and I‘m going to breathe in the COVID-19 air.‘
The singer appeared to be claiming that following a test, it has proven that her immune system has already seen the coronavirus, though it is unclear if she had suffered any symptoms.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) currently state that if you have the antibodies, it doesn‘t not necessarily make you immune to the virus.
Antibodies are proteins that help fight off infections, and the CDC advises that tests should not be used as the only way to diagnose someone as being currently sick with COVID-19.
Madonna has recently caused controversy over her comments about the deadly virus, when she called it ‘the great equalizer‘ while being filmed in a marble bath tub surrounded by rose petals.
Speaking pensively about the ongoing pandemic while instrumental music played in the background, Madonna said: ‘That‘s the thing about COVID-19. It doesn‘t care about how rich you are, how famous you are, how funny you are.
‘How smart you are, where you live, how old you are, what amazing stories you can tell. It‘s the great equalizer and what‘s terrible about is it what‘s great about it.
‘What‘s terrible about it is that it‘s made us all equal in many ways and what‘s wonderful about is, is that it‘s made us all equal in many ways.
‘Like I used to say at the end of human nature every night, if the ship goes down, we‘re all going down together.‘
Madonna later deleted the video, after receiving a huge backlash online.
Also called ‘physical distancing,‘ according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) it means keeping space between yourself and other people outside of your home.
It‘s recommended as COVID-19 cases can spread when an infected person coughs, sneezes, or talks, and droplets from their mouth or nose are launched into the air and land in the mouths or noses of people nearby. The droplets can also be inhaled into the lungs.
To practice social or physical distancing, the CDC recommends the following: