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Jennifer Aniston says phobia battle has left her increasingly anxious to leave the house

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Jennifer Aniston, 52, has admitted she’s become scared to leave her California home after the pandemic. The Hollywood actress admits she’s only been out to dinner a handful of times amid fears.

Jennifer was discussing whether it’s better to be seen in public a lot when she made the admission.

In response to a recent question about being photographed and how that impacts her career, the Friends actress says she rarely leaves home.

She said: “It’s a fine line to walk, maintaining some sort of mystery, but also being able to participate in current society, going out to dinner or being on Instagram.

“And that’s the other thing about the pandemic: I’m prone to agoraphobia.

“So I used to be like, ‘Let’s go to dinner,’ and now I’m like, ‘No, let’s not. Come over, come over, come over.’

“I think I’ve been to five restaurants [since the pandemic began], and the same ones because they required vaccinations.”

However, given her requirements, she admitted she does get “bullied” for her vaccination thoughts.

Jennifer added to The Hollywood Reporter: “You know, someone literally called me a ‘liberal Vax-hole’ the other day.

“I don’t understand the disconnect right now, being bullied for wanting people not to be sick?

“I mean, that’s what we’re talking about.”

This is not the first time Jennifer has opened up about her vaccination thoughts.

Back in the summer, she admitted she had cut out friends who didn’t get jabbed.

Speaking to InStyle magazine, she said: “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.

“I feel it’s your moral and professional obligation to inform, since we’re not all podded up and being tested every single day.”

The actress did add people can make their own decisions but she’s chosen to be double vaccinated.

“It’s tricky because everyone is entitled to their own opinion – but a lot of opinions don’t feel based in anything except fear or propaganda,” she continued.

Clarifying her comments on her Instagram, the actress later gave some more context.

This came after fans asked why she was worried, given she’s already been vaccinated.

Posting on her Instagram Stories, she wrote: “Because if you have the variant, you are still able to give it to me.

“I may get slightly sick but I will not be admitted to a hospital and or die.

“But I can give it to someone else who does not have the vaccine and whose health is compromised (or has a previous existing condition) – and therefore I would put their lives at risk.

“THAT is why I worry. We have to care about more than just ourselves here.”

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