Keep fit! Carrie Bickmore shows off her slim figure in sportswear and wears a mask as she goes jogging near her Melbourne home
Carrie Bickmore is one of thousands of Melbourne residents undergoing a fourth pandemic lockdown.
And this week, the host of The Project stayed within the allowed radius of her Melbourne home while she went for a jog.
The 40-year-old showed off her slim figure in a black Nike jersey paired with black full-length leggings.
Keep fit! This week, Carrie Bickmore showed off her slim figure in activewear and wearing a face mask as she went for a jog near her Melbourne home
The famous TV star was almost incognito when she donned oversized glasses and a black visor hat.
She also paired her all-black look with blue sneakers.
When Carrie stepped outside, the Melbourne resident also made sure she kept COVID safe by wearing a face mask.
COVID safe: When Carrie stepped out, Melbourne resident also made sure she kept COVID safe by wearing a face mask
She also had her phone in hand while pacing herself during her outdoor workout.
Earlier this week, Carrie criticized Australia’s coronavirus vaccine rollout, amid claims that seniors in aged care have yet to get the jab.
The project’s co-host hit back at Federal Health Secretary Greg Hunt’s assurance that “97 percent” of Victorian retirement home residents had been vaccinated, revealing that she had elderly relatives still waiting for their second shot.
Melbourne is in the midst of its fourth pandemic lockdown since March last year, when the latest Covid outbreak rose to 54 cases.
All in the details: The famed TV star was nearly incognito when she donned oversized glasses and a black visor hat. She also complemented her all black look with blue sneakers
Elderly care residents were among 11 new cases registered in Victoria on Monday, raising concerns that the nationwide lockdown may be extended beyond seven days.
More cases were registered on Tuesday.
It comes after an employee at Arcare in Maidstone, north-west Melbourne, became infected with Covid-19 after working at Blue Cross aged care in Sunshine.
Bickmore got excited during an interview with Melbourne woman Kate Howard, who revealed that her 95-year-old grandmother and other residents of her retirement home had yet to receive their first dose of vaccine.
“This makes me so angry,” Bickmore gasped.
“We also have elderly relatives waiting for their second dose and it’s taking way too long, especially given what we saw last year.”
Excited: Carrie Bickmore (pictured) project co-presenter became angry after claiming elderly residents of an aged care facility are still waiting for their first dose of the Covid shot