Hollywood celebrities have to go through additional precautionary steps when working on a project amid the pandemic. This is especially true for actors and actresses, like Jennifer Aniston, who tape and film for movies and series while COVID-19 restrictions remain in place.

In general, they have to be in a "bubble" to prevent the further spread of the virus. But, while this is only fitting, considering the current conditions, sources said that this has already dramatically affected Aniston's life today.

The insiders told Globe that the actress has now become "trapped" and "tone deaf to the real world." She is reportedly "disconnected" from everyday life, adding that she has narrowed down her world only to her celebrity friends.

As explained, this all has a lot to do with how she spent her time amid the COVID-19 pandemic. She isolated herself in "Zone A," along with other actors and actresses at her work.

But, these days, she does the same even outside of her work. She allegedly lives alone in her mansion, with accusations that she "shrunk " her circle drastically.

The same insiders, then, asserted that she now has to have a "reality check" and figure out how to make connections again with real life.

It remains unclear, however, whether the story about her being "disconnected" is legitimate. The informants did not provide any shred of evidence to prove the assertions.

Nevertheless, it is a fact, though, that Jennifer Aniston lost some of her friends amid the pandemic. She, herself, revealed that she "cut off" a few of her friends, according to Buzzfeed.

As reported, the "Friends" star had to cut these people from her everyday life because they did not want to get the COVID-19 vaccines. She, also, did the same to individuals in her circle who refrained from revealing their vaccination statuses.

Jennifer Aniston admitted that she "lost a few people," describing it as an "unfortunate" event in her life. She explained, however, that getting the vaccines and disclosing the status are a "moral and professional obligation," considering the current movements of the COVID-19 crisis.

The actress, later on, stressed it is a "real shame" that many individuals still do not listen to the facts. She even spoke out against people who criticized wearing face masks on her social media accounts.

Months later, Jennifer Aniston shared in an interview that she has been "bullied" because of her stance on COVID-19 vaccinations. She, also, confessed to being referred to as a "liberal vax-hole," adding, however, that she does not understand the "disconnect."