Jennifer Aniston wants to spend time with people who have already received the Covid 19 vaccine compared to those who are anti-vaccinators.
“Friends” alumni admitted that they had cut off some people in their “weekly routine” because they refused to take the vaccine or expressed concerns about the vaccine. “There is still a large group of people who are antiviral or just don’t listen to the facts,” he said. He called it a “real embarrassment” that this was happening despite reports of thousands of deaths from COVID-19.
“I’ve lost a few people in my weekly routine who refused or didn’t show up. [whether or not they had been vaccinated]”And it was unfortunate,” Aniston admitted in his cover interview for the September issue. In style Magazine
“I think it is your moral and professional responsibility to inform, because we are not all prepared on the same day and are tested every day,” he continued, as he acknowledged that it was “difficult.” Maybe because everyone deserves their opinion. ” But then he said, “A lot of opinions don’t seem to be based on anything but fear or propaganda.”
The 52-year-old star of “The Morning Show” also talked about how she managed to cope with the Cove 19 epidemic, especially during the lockdown. He said it took him a while to “rearrange, slow down” and “re-evaluate, re-evaluate and dig”. He told her to “literally clean up the mess we don’t need.”
Speaking of the reset, the actress admitted that doing so had “lowered her anxiety level”. She managed to eliminate the “unnecessary type of fat in life” that she initially considered necessary. She also helped when she realized that she could not please everyone.
Aniston said, “What good is it if you’re a little bit yourself? This business is like we’re always going around the world, having fun on the beaches.”