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Sarah Jessica Parker has spoken out for the first time about her sister-in-law Janet Broderick's battle with coronavirus. The Sex and the City actress reassured her fans that the 64-year-old was on the mend after being diagnosed with the fast-spreading disease earlier in March. Answering a fan on Instagram who asked after Janet, the mother-of-three revealed: "She is better. She was very sick. Home from the hospital now. Recovering. Thank you for asking." Janet is the sister of Sarah's husband, Matthew Broderick, and fell ill after attending a parish conference in Kentucky, where another attendee had coronavirus. Janet was taken to hospital and was treated for a severe form of pneumonia.
The news of Janet's ill health was announced by her church, All Saints' the Episcopal Church, located in Beverly Hills, where she works as a rector. A statement on the church's website read: "As you also may know, it was reported last Sunday that the rector of Christ Church Georgetown in Washington, D.C., an attendee of the conference, was diagnosed with the COVID-19 coronavirus." It continued: "Janet's current condition is stable, and she is being treated by a severe form of pneumonia. She is receiving the best medical care available and her doctor's prognosis is for a complete and full recovery." Janet herself sent a message to the church, thanking everyone for their prayers. She also reassured everyone, writing: "I am through the worst of this and very, very much on the mend."