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Home and Away star Sam Frost resurfaces on social media and insists she’s ‘really happy’ after deleting Instagram following her controversial anti-vax rant

Following her viral anti-vax video outburst, she went underground and deactivated her Instagram account earlier this month.

In a video filmed from the set of her famous drama Home and Away, Sam Frost emerged on social media on Wednesday, saying she was’really happy.’

Her 32-year-old co-star Harley Bonner shared a photo of her in an Instagram story.

Harley was questioned by a fan, ‘How is Sam Frost?’

He responded with a witty remark. ‘See for yourself!’ he said as he moved the camera towards Sam.

The blonde smiled as she munched on nuts in between moments in the video.

‘Hey! In the video, she says, “I’m extremely pleased and just eating nuts like a loser.”

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On Tuesday, Sam was spotted filming scenes for the long-running drama at the beautiful Palm Beach.

Sam closed her Instagram account earlier this month, soon after admitting in a tearful video that she was unvaccinated and that her mental health had suffered as a consequence of others”judging’ her.

Sam, who has portrayed nurse Jasmine Delaney on Home and Away since 2017, has advocated for a more compassionate attitude toward unvaccinated Australians.

‘I was extremely apprehensive about filming a video or even speaking up about this type of issue,’ she said in the video, ‘but I feel like the world is coming to a place now where there’s a lot of division.’

‘There’s a lot of harsh judgement and views being tossed about a lot, and it’s definitely affecting my mental health, and I know people around me are hurting, especially if they don’t want to be vaccinated for whatever reason.’

‘There are many various reasons why individuals do not get vaccinated, and it may be because to their medical history, their fears, their family history, or religious beliefs.’

Sam then claimed she hadn’t been vaccinated, but that she had discussed her option with both her medical doctor and a psychotherapist.

She does not, however, appear to have a legitimate medical exemption.

‘It’s a really terrible moment to be in society right now, and you feel like you’re less of a human, and you feel like others criticise you,’ she continued bitterly.

‘And you’re too afraid to express your thoughts or sentiments, and a part of you wants to go,’ “It’s none of your business why I’m not here! And there are valid reasons for this, and I don’t want you to pass judgement on me “”‘ ‘

She stated that it was critical for the unvaccinated to take care of their mental health, especially when fully vaccinated Australians regain their freedoms.

‘I’m having a lot of trouble with my mental health, but I like to think I’m on top of it.’ I go to a psychologist on a regular basis. So I can’t fathom what it’s like for those who don’t have a support system in place,’ she explained.

She also warned that coming out publicly as unvaccinated may bring her in jeopardy, before encouraging people to treat one another with greater love and compassion.

Her video sparked a firestorm of criticism, largely due to her use of the word “segregation” to describe how society “judges” unvaccinated individuals.

The term’segregation’ is commonly used to characterise communities that are split along racial, religious, or sexual lines.

‘Seven firmly supports vaccination for all of our personnel, and all Seven productions completely comply to the public health Covid-19 safe guidelines,’ a spokesman for the network stated shortly after.

In addition to other precautionary precautions, the cast and crew of Home and Away undergo Covid-19 testing three times a week.

‘Sam Frost continues to work on Home and Away while adhering to the established safety measures.’

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