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Sam Frost dons activewear as she shoots scenes for Home and Away – after confirming she will be temporarily written out of the show following vaccine drama

Last Monday, Sam Frost was hard at work on the set of Home and Away.

The actress shot scenes for the soap in Palm Beach in Sydney, which serves as a stand-in for the fictional neighbourhood of Summer Bay.

As she performed with her co-star Luke Van Os, the 32-year-old appeared calm and joyful.

Sam was dressed casually in a tropical-patterned sports midriff top and tights.

She sprinted over the sand, smiling broadly, while the team and cameras followed her.

Later scenes had the former reality star wearing torn blue denim shorts and a bohemian tank top.

Sam and Luke sat next to one other, conversing animatedly while they read their lines.

After her vaccination controversy made headlines, the former Bachelorette was back at work.

Sam has just reversed her anti-vax attitude, admitting that she would be vaccinated against Covid-19, but only after Channel Seven’s ‘no jab, no job’ deadline.

The actress stated that she will be completely vaccinated by late February, around seven weeks after the network’s vaccination rule for all presenters, cast, and crew takes effect on January 10.

Sam’s character Jasmine Delaney will be ‘written out momentarily’ since she won’t be permitted on the Palm Beach set until she’s been doubly vaxxed.

The former Bachelorette stated that she couldn’t have the shot sooner because she had a’medical operation scheduled for January.’

She also stated that she would not be leaving the show indefinitely and that she has the full backing of Seven executives.

It follows an email from Seven West Media’s Director of Production, Andrew Backwell, alerting workers that the network “shall only engage fully vaccinated presenters, actors, and crew.”

To continue working at Seven Productions, which produces Home and Away, employees will need to be double-vaccinated starting January 10.

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