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Unvaccinated Sam Frost flaunts her fit figure in activewear on the set of Home And Away – as Channel Seven confirms all staff MUST be double-vaxxed against Covid-19 by January

Sam Frost’s career on Home and Away might be jeopardised when Channel Seven said this week that all employees must be double-vaccinated against Covid-19 by January.

But the former Bachelorette star, who just disclosed she is unvaccinated in a tearful video, seemed unfazed by the latest controversy as she filmed scenes on the set of Home And Away on Tuesday.

The 32-year-old was seen on the set of the long-running drama at Palm Beach, on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, going about her business.

She was dressed in sportswear and looked to be filming a jogging scene on the beach while in character as nurse Jasmine Delaney.

In a pink and fuchsia crop top, multicoloured leggings, and grey training shoes, Sam flaunted her body.

Her gorgeous curls were pulled back into a ponytail, and she put AirPods in her ears.

Her director gave her the green light to jog along the sand after she patiently waited at her mark while the cameras were set up.


Sam seemed to do the take a few more times before taking a break.

She was later seen walking down the shore with her script in hand, most likely practising her lines for her next part.

On set, the actress was joined by a cute puppy that seemed to enjoy playing with her.

She took a stick and tossed it to the dog, who returned it to her.

This follows the announcement of a January 10 deadline for personnel of Seven Productions, which includes Home And Away, to be twice vaccinated against Covid-19 in order to continue working.

According to the Herald Sun on Friday, Seven West Media’s Director of Production Andrew Backwell wrote an email to colleagues declaring that the network will ‘only engage fully vaccinated presenters, cast, and crew.’

‘To ensure the safest possible work environment for cast, crew, and presenters, Seven Productions has made the decision to only engage people who are completely vaccinated against COVID-19,’ a representative for the network told the magazine.

‘Vaccination is strongly recommended by Seven to safeguard our employees, their coworkers, and their families.’

While the network will not comment on specific individuals, Sam, who recently indicated that she was not vaccinated, is likely to be affected by the law.

A Channel Seven spokeswoman told Daily Mail Australia that the network will “not comment or speculate on the vaccination status of people.”


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