"Every soul is entitled to live according to their convictions and work without being publicly ostracized."
This Ms. Osnes person has it sort of half right: "Every 'soul' is entitled to live according to their convictions" – and, I would add, "entitled to die according to their convictions," as the massive statistics on the new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths indicate.
But, as she and countless others have found or will find in short order, no 'soul' has the right to "live according to their convictions and work without being publicly ostracized." There is no "entitlement" to work, for the willfully unvaccinated; nor is there an entitlement or right for the willfully unvaccinated to work "without being publicly ostracized." The willfully unvaccinated can well expect ostracization, now and more and more going forward, most particularly in one of the most public and intimate businesses there is: the theatre.
Her "statement" is a blatant orgy of anti-vax fake "research" (as she terms it) and explicit defiance and doubt-mongering of medical science, and she should be professionally shunned until the unlikely day she (like every other performer who aspires to work) presents incontrovertible proof of vaccination.