General Hospital actress Nancy Lee Grahn has revealed that cast and crew on the daytime soap will need to have a ‘proper vaccine card’ to work on the set.
The iconic ABC soap has been in headlines over vaccine mandates after some of its stars appeared to speak out about the idea, however, Grahn (who plays Alexis Davis) continued to praise her bosses for choosing to ‘listen to science’.
Taking to Twitter on Thursday, thr 65-year-old tweeted: ‘@GeneralHospital still remains ONLY Daytime Serial to mandate vaccines. Kudos to the leadership of @valentinifrank @ABCNetwork & @DisneyStudios.
‘Smart leaders listen to science & protect their employees. As of Nov 1st entry to #gh requires proper vaccine card. No exceptions.’
She later added: ‘Let me add that exceptions due to many medical issues get sorted out by ABC. They are qualified to make exceptions.’
ABC’s new mandate requires that all staff (both on-screen and off-screen) be fully vaccinated in order to work on set, which is designed to prevent the global health crisis from further impacting GH’s production schedule.
General Hospital airs weekdays on ABC.
Got a story?
If you’ve got a celebrity story, video or pictures get in touch with the Metro.co.uk entertainment team by emailing us [email protected], calling 020 3615 2145 or by visiting our Submit Stuff page – we’d love to hear from you.
Source: Read Full Article