Sarah Michelle Gellar runs errands in Brentwood after receiving COVID-19 vaccine

She proudly revealed her vaccinated status.

And Sarah Michelle Gellar safely picked up a few things while running errands in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning.

The 43-year-old actress sported an oversized sweatshirt with leggings after boasting about receiving her COVID-19 vaccine on Instagram.

Out and about: Sarah Michelle Gellar safely picked up a few things while running errands in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning

Out and about: Sarah Michelle Gellar safely picked up a few things while running errands in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning

Out and about: Sarah Michelle Gellar safely picked up a few things while running errands in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles on Tuesday morning

Gellar stayed cozy in the brisk morning weather with a khaki colored sweater which featured gold metallic writing.

She wore black leggings and matching trainers while making her way through the parking lot with a black bag wrapped across her shoulder.

Clearly taking note of the severity of the coronavirus, Sarah wore a white face mask and carried a can of Lysol disinfectant spray.

Classic: The 43-year-old actress sported an oversized sweatshirt with leggings after boasting about receiving her COVID-19 vaccine on Instagram

Classic: The 43-year-old actress sported an oversized sweatshirt with leggings after boasting about receiving her COVID-19 vaccine on Instagram

Classic: The 43-year-old actress sported an oversized sweatshirt with leggings after boasting about receiving her COVID-19 vaccine on Instagram

Steal Sarah’s style with a slouchy sweatshirt

Sarah Michelle Gellar has an enviable activewear collection. The actress is often seen out and about in a rotating uniform of leggings and slouchy sweatshirts.

This week, Sarah was spotted wearing an oversized ‘boyfriend’ sweatshirt from wellness fitness brand, Platefit. The branded top features the company’s logo across the front in bright yellow lettering.

She teamed this sweatshirt over black leggings and white sneakers.

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The I Know What You Did Last Summer star tied up her bright blonde hair into a ponytail and wore a pair of circular sunglasses. 

She took to Instagram earlier in the day to share a few reasons why she so strongly believed in the COVID-19 vaccine. 

‘I am proud to say that I am fully vaccinated against #covid_19,’ she wrote in a lengthy post. ‘As someone who suffers from severe asthma, and has been hospitalized because of it, this last year has been really scary. But I didn’t just get this shot for me. I got it for all the immune compromised people.’

Safety first: Clearly taking note of the severity of the coronavirus, Sarah wore a white face mask and carried a can of Lysol disinfectant spray

Safety first: Clearly taking note of the severity of the coronavirus, Sarah wore a white face mask and carried a can of Lysol disinfectant spray

Safety first: Clearly taking note of the severity of the coronavirus, Sarah wore a white face mask and carried a can of Lysol disinfectant spray

Sarah, who has two children with husband Freddie Prinze Jr., shared a photo standing next to a first responder who administered the vaccination in one quick step.

‘I got it for every person that lost a loved one due to covid. I got it, in the hopes that all kids can return safely to school,’ she added. ‘I got it, for all people who found themselves suddenly unemployed due to covid, in the hopes they can get back on their feet. 

‘I got it for all the families that in a moment, found themselves food insecure and worried where their next meal would come from. I got it because I miss my friends and family and hugs. This wasn’t just about me. It’s about all of us. Thank you to everyone that made this day possible for me.’

'I got it for all the families that in a moment, found themselves food insecure and worried where their next meal would come from,' she wrote in a lengthy caption. 'I got it because I miss my friends and family and hugs. This wasn’t just about me. It’s about all of us. Thank you to everyone that made this day possible for me'

'I got it for all the families that in a moment, found themselves food insecure and worried where their next meal would come from,' she wrote in a lengthy caption. 'I got it because I miss my friends and family and hugs. This wasn’t just about me. It’s about all of us. Thank you to everyone that made this day possible for me'

‘I got it for all the families that in a moment, found themselves food insecure and worried where their next meal would come from,’ she wrote in a lengthy caption. ‘I got it because I miss my friends and family and hugs. This wasn’t just about me. It’s about all of us. Thank you to everyone that made this day possible for me’

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