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Sarah Silverman and three others press to her NYC fire escape to greet first-line workers

Twice Emmy-awarded writer Sarah Silverman and three other people wriggled up the small fire escape of her East Village apartment to greet Manhattan first-line workers on Wednesday.

“Every day at 7 p.m. in NYC, people open their windows or stand on their fire escapes and pop pots and pans and cry and applaud our health workers, grocers and delivery guys,” said the 49-year-old comedian – with 15, 5 million followers on social media – explained back on April 7.

“It makes us feel connected and not alone. I live 7-7: 15 hours forever. ‘

Gathering: Two Emmy-awarded writer Sarah Silverman (R) and three other people squeezed onto the tiny fire escape of her East Village apartment to greet Manhattan first-line workers on Wednesday

Gathering: Two Emmy-awarded writer Sarah Silverman (R) and three other people squeezed onto the tiny fire escape of her East Village apartment to greet Manhattan first-line workers on Wednesday

The 49-year-old comedian explained on April 7: “Every day at 7 p.m. in New York, people open their windows or stand on their fire escapes and pound pots and pans and cry and applaud our health workers, grocery store workers, and delivery workers ‘

Ironically, Sarah and her quarantine crew broke CDC guidelines for social distance to stay two meters apart to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

Silverman, her assistant Annie Segal and the two others all ignored wearing protective face masks for their daily outdoor ritual.

The New Hampshire-born brunette covered her ‘graying days’ wearing a black cap and she was wearing a camouflage top under a gray hoodie and sweatpants.

As of Wednesday, there are nearly 200,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City that have led to more than 21,000 deaths – according to Johns Hopkins University.

Face palm: Ironically, Sarah and her quarantine crew broke CDC social distance guidelines to stay six feet apart with others to reduce the spread of the coronavirus

Face palm: Ironically, Sarah and her quarantine crew broke CDC social distance guidelines to stay six feet apart with others to reduce the spread of the coronavirus

Face palm: Ironically, Sarah and her quarantine crew broke CDC social distance guidelines to stay six feet apart with others to reduce the spread of the coronavirus

Asymptomatic? Silverman, her assistant Annie Segal (2-R) and the two others all ignored wearing protective face masks for their daily outdoor ritual

Asymptomatic? Silverman, her assistant Annie Segal (2-R) and the two others all ignored wearing protective face masks for their daily outdoor ritual

Asymptomatic? Silverman, her assistant Annie Segal (2-R) and the two others all ignored wearing protective face masks for their daily outdoor ritual

Dress casually: The New Hampshire-born brunette covered her 'gray days' with a black cap

Dress casually: The New Hampshire-born brunette covered her 'gray days' with a black cap

She wore a camouflage top under a gray hoodie and sweatpants

She wore a camouflage top under a gray hoodie and sweatpants

Dress casually: the New Hampshire-born brunette covered her grays for days with a black cap and wore a camouflage top under a gray hoodie and sweatpants

Sarah previously participated in Gal Gadot’s cringey campaign, where more than 20 privileged celebrities sing along to John Lennon’s 1971 hit Imagine.

Silverman will then participate in the Comedy & Conflict PeaceRaiser panel discussion, which airs Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on the New York Peace Institute website.

But the Have a Good Trip star spends a lot of her time retweeting anti-Trump messages and playing Call of Duty live with her boyfriend on the payroll via twitch.tv.

Sarah has even compared making snarky comments about the stalk-and-kill Nazis video game as ‘therapy’ and they ‘passion.’

Epicenter: As of Wednesday, there have been nearly 200,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City that have led to more than 21,000 deaths

Epicenter: As of Wednesday, there have been nearly 200,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City that have led to more than 21,000 deaths

Epicenter: As of Wednesday, there have been nearly 200,000 confirmed COVID-19 cases in New York City that have led to more than 21,000 deaths

Give Back: Sarah previously participated in Gal Gadot's cringey campaign where more than 20 privileged celebrities sing along to John Lennon's 1971 hit Imagine

Give Back: Sarah previously participated in Gal Gadot's cringey campaign where more than 20 privileged celebrities sing along to John Lennon's 1971 hit Imagine

Give Back: Sarah previously participated in Gal Gadot’s cringey campaign where more than 20 privileged celebrities sing along to John Lennon’s 1971 hit Imagine

'#PeaceRaiser': Silverman then takes part in the panel discussion Comedy & Conflict, which airs Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on the New York Peace Institute website

'#PeaceRaiser': Silverman then takes part in the panel discussion Comedy & Conflict, which airs Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on the New York Peace Institute website

‘#PeaceRaiser’: Silverman then takes part in the panel discussion Comedy & Conflict, which airs Thursday at 8 p.m. EST on the New York Peace Institute website

Meanwhile, based on her 2010 memoir, The Bedwetter, which would open on June 10 at the Atlantic Theater Company, Silverman’s musical was “ indefinitely delayed ” due to COVID-19.

On April 1, the rapidly spreading breath claimed the life of NYU dropout composer / co-writer Grammy winner Adam Schlesinger.

‘I’m in shock. I’m just a little bit numb and I can’t convince myself it’s true. My body won’t believe it, “Sarah wrote at the time.

Addicted: But the Have a Good Trip star spends a lot of her time retweeting anti-Trump messages and playing Call of Duty live with her payroll friend (R) via twitch.tv (pictured April 17 )

Addicted: But the Have a Good Trip star spends a lot of her time retweeting anti-Trump messages and playing Call of Duty live with her payroll friend (R) via twitch.tv (pictured April 17 )

Addicted: But the Have a Good Trip star spends a lot of her time retweeting anti-Trump messages and playing Call of Duty live with her payroll friend (R) via twitch.tv (pictured April 17 )

Her Other Daily Ritual: Sarah has even compared making snarky comments about the stalk-and-kill Nazis video game as 'therapy' and her 'passion'

Her Other Daily Ritual: Sarah has even compared making snarky comments about the stalk-and-kill Nazis video game as 'therapy' and her 'passion'

Her Other Daily Ritual: Sarah has even compared making snarky comments about the stalk-and-kill Nazis video game as ‘therapy’ and her ‘passion’

“I’m in NYC, where I came to work with him to finally set up a musical that we’ve worked on for almost seven years. I’m writing this from an Airbnb he found for me, sitting in a chair he sat in just under three weeks ago, the last time we worked together before he started feeling sick.

Adam was an amazing songwriter and composer and one of the funniest people you could know. His songs are funny and poignant and often – despite themselves – astonishingly sincere.

Adam was hilarious and generous and friendly. We have been working together for years, both of us can fight hard as siblings, always knowing that we loved each other as siblings. He was my brother. ‘

Until next season! Meanwhile, Silverman's musical, based on her 2010 memoir, The Bedwetter, due to open on June 10 at the Atlantic Theater Company, was 'indefinitely delayed' due to COVID-19

Until next season! Meanwhile, Silverman's musical, based on her 2010 memoir, The Bedwetter, due to open on June 10 at the Atlantic Theater Company, was 'indefinitely delayed' due to COVID-19

Until next season! Meanwhile, Silverman’s musical, based on her 2010 memoir The Bedwetter, due to open on June 10 at the Atlantic Theater Company, has been postponed indefinitely due to COVID-19

'He Was My Brother': On April 1, the rapidly spreading breath claimed the life of NYU dropout composer / co-writer Grammy winner Adam Schlesinger

'He Was My Brother': On April 1, the rapidly spreading breath claimed the life of NYU dropout composer / co-writer Grammy winner Adam Schlesinger

‘He Was My Brother’: On April 1, the rapidly spreading breath claimed the life of NYU dropout composer / co-writer Grammy winner Adam Schlesinger

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