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Hollywood has been trying their best to keep their casts and crews safe during the pandemic, because there's no better time to make content when everyone is quarantined with nothing to do but consume.

But just as the rest of the U.S. is divided about mask mandates and the safety of the vaccine, so are our Hollywood celebrities.

The Mandalorian and Better Call Saul star Giancarlo Esposito gave a blunt response when asked about his collogues who have refused to get vaccinated against COVID.

Esposito thinks they should isolate themselves.

He told Hollywood Reporter:

"If you don't want to vaccinate, go to a small island and sequester yourself."
"[Otherwise] you're saying 'F*ck you' to all you other human beings."
"We all have to do it if we want to live."
"I don't understand how people don't vaccinate."

The Breaking Bad actor who played the villainous drug lord Gus Fring is taking this to heart:

"For me, I've lost dear friends, so I know it's real."
"Not only in Europe but in America, friends who were completely healthy and uncompromised."
"The vaccine is the answer."
"I'm not downing anyone who doesn't want to vaccinate."
"Don't work. Go ride it out somewhere where you're not going to compromise anyone else if you get it."

Esposito is being praised by fans for his stance.

Gina Carano, who played Cara Dune in The Mandalorian, was fired for equating being Republican to being Jewish during World War II.

Soon after leaving the show, she claimed vaccine mandates are "murdering" people, among other anti-vaxxer rhetoric.

Let's hope Carano and Espasito aren't in the same room together any time soon.