Jennifer Aniston responded to comments about the decision to cut ties with some of her friends who refuse to be vaccinated. The artist says that despite being vaccinated, she is afraid of contracting the virus and transmitting it to someone.
The American actress responded to a comment she posted on Instagram saying that she will no longer have relationships with friends in her inner circle, because they do not want to be vaccinated. And her followers on social media wondered why she was worried about having to make this decision, if the actress had already revealed that she had been vaccinated.
“Because if you have the replacement, you can still pass it on to me. I might get a little sick, but I won’t go to the hospital and/or eventually die, but I can pass it on to someone else who wasn’t vaccinated and/or have illnesses that would endanger their life.” At risk,” the actress wrote in her Instagram story.
In an interview with InStyle published this week, Jennifer Aniston noted that “there are still a large group of people who are against vaccinations or don’t listen to the facts, which is a real shame” which is why you decided to stay away from some people in your daily routine who didn’t seem to care Receiving the covid-19 vaccine.
The actress added that the decision to step down was disingenuous because “everyone has their own opinion,” but Jennifer Aniston added that “a lot of those opinions seem to be based solely on fear or propaganda.”
Aniston, 52, who is world famous for her role in the series “Friends”, has always taken a positive attitude towards the use of masks and social distancing, using the social network Instagram since the beginning of the epidemic to attract her followers. To follow health safety rules.
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