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Channel Seven backs H&A star Sam Frost after anti-vax backlash

Sam Frost, who has been under criticism for coming to the defense of anti-vaxxers and revealing she, too, had opted not to have a COVID-19 vaccination, has received support from Channel Seven.

After taking the stand in an Instagram post, the Home and Away star received a barrage of criticism, prompting speculation about whether she would be able to continue filming on the long-running serial without receiving the jab.

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Seven said in a statement that the production followed a number of COVID safety measures for the cast and crew’s health and safety.

“Seven firmly urges all of our employees to get vaccinated, and all Seven productions rigorously follow the public health COVID-19 safe guidelines,” a spokesman for the studio stated.

“All Home and Away cast and crew also undertake COVID-19 testing three times a week in addition to other preventative measures.”

The statement also confirmed that Frost remains an employee of the network.

“Sam Frost continues to work on Home and Away and follows the safety protocols in place.”

Frost claimed she was “very nervous about recording a video or even speaking up about this sort of thing” in the Instagram video, and begged for “compassion” and “empathy” for individuals who had made the same decision not to get vaccinated against the fatal coronavirus.

“There are a variety of reasons why people don’t get vaccinated,” she explained. “It might be because of their medical history, their worries, their family history, religious beliefs, or whatever else.”

Frost, on the other hand, remained tight-lipped about her reasons for refusing to be vaccinated. “I want to inform those folks who feel like they’re being cut off from society that I’m not vaccinated, and there’s a reason for it,” she added. “I’ve talked to my doctor and my psychologist about it, and I’m going to keep it private.”

The former Bachelor star received a lot of backlash for misusing the word “segregation” in the video, which is defined as “the separation or isolation of a race, class, or ethnic group” according to the dictionary, with one user claiming that she isn’t Rosa Parks and that this isn’t 1950s Alabama.

Frost’s social media accounts have now been removed.

Sam Frost, who has been under criticism for coming to the defense of anti-vaxxers and revealing she, too, had opted not to have a COVID-19 vaccination, has received support from Channel Seven.

After taking the stand in an Instagram post, the Home and Away star received a barrage of criticism, prompting speculation about whether she would be able to continue filming on the long-running serial without receiving the jab.

banner

Seven said in a statement that the production followed a number of COVID safety measures for the cast and crew’s health and safety.

“Seven firmly urges all of our employees to get vaccinated, and all Seven productions rigorously follow the public health COVID-19 safe guidelines,” a spokesman for the studio stated.

“All Home and Away cast and crew also undertake COVID-19 testing three times a week in addition to other preventative measures.”

The statement also confirmed that Frost remains an employee of the network.

“Sam Frost continues to work on Home and Away and follows the safety protocols in place.”

Frost claimed she was “very nervous about recording a video or even speaking up about this sort of thing” in the Instagram video, and begged for “compassion” and “empathy” for individuals who had made the same decision not to get vaccinated against the fatal coronavirus.

“There are a variety of reasons why people don’t get vaccinated,” she explained. “It might be because of their medical history, their worries, their family history, religious beliefs, or whatever else.”

Frost, on the other hand, remained tight-lipped about her reasons for refusing to be vaccinated. “I want to inform those folks who feel like they’re being cut off from society that I’m not vaccinated, and there’s a reason for it,” she added. “I’ve talked to my doctor and my psychologist about it, and I’m going to keep it private.”

The former Bachelor star received a lot of backlash for misusing the word “segregation” in the video, which is defined as “the separation or isolation of a race, class, or ethnic group” according to the dictionary, with one user claiming that she isn’t Rosa Parks and that this isn’t 1950s Alabama.

Frost’s social media accounts have now been removed.

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