Melissa Joan Hart, actress who gave life to the mythical character of ‘Sabrina’ in the 1996 series ‘Sabrina, a teenage witch’, has shared a video on her social networks in which she claims to have been infected with COVID-19 despite having already received the vaccine. The interpreter has explained on her Instagram account how she feels about it.

“I wanted to share this with all of you. I do not do it for political reasons or to give pity, I simply wanted to share the trip that I am having. It is not a debate, I just want to express how I feel on my personal page,” the actress explained in a Instagram post.

“I am vaccinated and I have covid, this is not good. This is not over yet. I expected it to be so, but it is not. Stay alert and safe,” warned the actress, angered by the relaxation of measures that is taking place in the last weeks. “I am angry, very angry, because we took precautions and reduced our exposure a lot, but we relaxed,” she adds.

“I think that as a country we are getting lazy. I’m really pissed off because my children or they have to wear masks at school. I’m pretty sure that’s where my contagion came from,” explains Melissa, pissed off by the situation. The actress assures that her son is really aware of COVID-19 and takes the opportunity to praise his attitude: “If he has it, at least I can tell him that he behaved like a superhero for his classmates, because he protected them already their teachers “.

“I am very disappointed with everything, with the rulers, even with myself. Protect your families and your children because this is not over yet,” says the actress as a message to the country’s authorities. The post already exceeds 64K likes and her followers have not hesitated to send messages of encouragement praising the actress’s message.

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