Jennifer Aniston Cutting Out Friends Who ‘Refuse’ Covid Vaccine

Jennifer Aniston
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Jennifer Aniston has revealed that she’s cutting out friends who ‘refuse’ the Covid vaccine. 

In a chat with InStyle magazine, the 52-year-old said she had decided to take action against those who won’t ‘listen to the facts’.

She said: “[There’s] still a large group of people who are anti-vaxxers or just don’t listen to the facts. It’s a real shame.

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“I’ve just lost a few people in my weekly routine who have refused or did not disclose [whether or not they had been vaccinated], and it was unfortunate.”

The actress also reflected on working alongside Reese Witherspoon on the Apple TV+ programme, The Morning Show, during the pandemic.

Discussing the difficulties, she said: “[As] actors, we were living in an alternate universe where Covid did not exist.

“I was able to walk into it pretty centred, knowing we had an incredible epidemiology team.

“I missed seeing my crew’s faces — that was tough. I also wasn’t with Reese or the rest of the cast as often as in the first season.

“But the writing is incredible.”

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Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston revealed that she’s cut out friends who ‘refuse’ the Covid vaccine. Credit: @jenniferaniston/Instagram

Earlier this year, Aniston also took part in Friends: The Reunion for a one-off special.

Reflecting on the experience, she said: “This is eternal. It’s not just out there in the ether or on a television set you’ve passed by, but in our actual bodies – our DNA, our bloodstream, our cells. It was a unicorn of an experience.

“For whatever reason, we were all at the right place at the right time, and we created something that landed its little flag on a lot of people’s hearts around the world.”

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