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Steve Burton of the General Hospital has “let go” on the vaccination mandate

“I want you to have a great Thanksgiving,” he concluded. “I know it might be difficult in this type of situation to be grateful or grateful for. But we have so much to be thankful for and thankful for, that’s really the key. I love you guys. . ”

His co-star, Nancy Lee Grahn, spoke of his departure on Twitter and apparently defended the mandate. “It is others’ business whether a person’s actions because of their ‘beliefs’ can directly affect the well-being of those close to them, which can cause them to fall seriously ill or die,” a- she declared. wrote.

Other General hospital cast members showed their support for her in the comments section of her Instagram video, including Katelyn MacMullen, Josh swickard and Maurice Bénard, who wrote, “It takes a lot of courage i [will] I miss you.”

Through Deadline, co-star Ingo Rademacher previously left on the show’s COVID-19 vaccine requirement.

E! News has contacted ABC for comment.

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