Mayim Bialik, star of “Hurt,” clears the air on “Anti-Vaxxer” claims.

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Mayim Bialik, star of “Hurt,” clears the air on “Anti-Vaxxer” claims.

Mayim Bialik, who played Sheldon Cooper on The Big Bang Theory, is clearing the air after receiving backlash for previous comments about vaccines.

Mayim Bialik wants to clear up some misunderstandings, starting with accusations that she is an “anti-vaxxer.”

During the most recent episode of The New York Post podcast, Jalen Rose: Renaissance Man, the upcoming primetime Jeopardy! host addressed the issue.

“After The New York Times did a piece on me that I found really kind of like, neutral…I can’t tell you how many people were like, ‘She’s an anti-vaxxer,'” the 45-year-old actress said, referring to an article published in October.

The controversy stemming from past comments made in Mayim’s 2012 parenting guide, Beyond the Sling, was discussed in the New York Times article.

“We made an informed decision not to vaccinate our children,” Mayim wrote in the book, referring to her teenage sons Frederick and Miles with ex Michael Stone. The story also includes Mayim’s clarification that, despite her previous comments, she and her children would get vaccinated against coronavirus.

“And it’s like, ‘Did you not read the article?,'” she went on to say.

“As a human, that irritates me.”

As a celebrity, it doesn’t bother me as much because, for example, I’m thankful to my publicist for reminding me not to read the comments.”

She admitted, “I had a minor slip.”

“However, it hurts when people say things about you that aren’t true.”

And that hurts, whether it’s between you and your girlfriend or your lover or, you know, in the comments section of The New York Times…I just wanted to say, ‘I’m not an anti-vaxxer.’ My kids were vaccinated late.

That’s correct.

We’d also been immunized.”

Mayim later confirmed in the interview that she wanted to get her kids vaccinated as soon as possible.

“When they were eligible for that vaccine,” she said, “they got it right away.” She added, “I get it, we’re at a place of a lot of uncertainty for a lot of people.”

However, this is a once-in-a-lifetime event.

This isn’t the same as catching a cold.

This isn’t even the flu.

“This isn’t the same.”

This isn’t the first time the Blossom alum has addressed the issue.

She also posted in October 2020…

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