'Yellowstone' actor says he won't attend the SAG Awards because of vaccine rules

An actor for the hit Paramount series “黄石” says he will not be attending the SAG Awards this month due to the event’s Covid-19 vaccine requirements.

Forrie J. 史密斯, who plays ranch hand Lloyd Pierce on the show, posted a video on Instagram 此后已被删除, but not before being shared 在社交媒体上. In the video Smith apologized for not being able to attend the awards ceremony.
I mean no offense to anyone,” 史密斯说. “I’m not vaccinated and it’s a requirement to be vaccinated to be at the Screen Actors Guild Awards ceremony.
    He added that hewill not get vaccinated.
      I haven’t been vaccinated since I was a little kid. I don’t vaccinate my dogs, I don’t vaccinate my horses,” 史密斯说. “I’ve never had a flu shot. I never will. I believe they compromise your immunities.
        CNN viewed the video on Smith’s verified Instagram account before it was deleted.
        According to the SAG Awards, all ticketed attendees will be required to show proof of vaccination plus booster shot (if eligible), proof of a negative lab-based Covid-19 PCR test within 48 hours of the event, and a negative antigen (rapid) test the day of the event.
          Smith said he had been looking forward to walking the red carpet in his cowboy hat and bootsand representing my culture and heritage.
            CNN has reached out to reps for Paramount for comment.
            The SAG Awards will be simulcast live on TNT and TBS at 8 下午. ET on February 27. TBT and TBS are owned by WarnerMedia, CNN’s parent company.