Actress Jennifer Aniston has explained why she has cut off friends who have decided not to get vaccinated against Covid-19. Aniston, who herself has been vaccinated, said that even though she may only get slightly sick if infected with the virus, she could still pass it on to other people who have not been vaccinated and whose health is compromised. She added that she did not want to put their lives at risk. Aniston’s comments were made on her Instagram story, and came in response to questions from some of her followers. In a recent interview, she expressed dismay at the number of people who remain hesitant about getting vaccinated.
Aniston has been announced as the leading actress in the upcoming season of The Morning Show, set to air in September. In a recent interview, she expressed her disappointment with people who refused to disclose or get vaccinated, resulting in losing some individuals from her weekly routine. According to Aniston, it’s crucial to inform others about one’s vaccination status because not everyone is regularly tested or living together in a pod. Although she acknowledges that everyone has the right to their own opinions, she believes that many are unfounded and stem from fear or propaganda. Aniston is a renowned actress, famous for her portrayal of Rachel on Friends. She made headlines earlier this year when the cast reunited on screen for the first time in 17 years. Aniston holds an Instagram record for gaining the highest number of followers in her first few days on the platform, which has since been surpassed, currently boasting 37 million followers.