The 25-year-old star, who recently moved to the US from the UK, has been travelling around the world with her boyfriend, Anwar Hadid, with the pair recently holidaying in Mexico with friends, despite the fact cases and deaths are on the rise.
During the first lockdown in the UK, Dua shared a video, urging her fans to help stop the spread of coronavirus by staying home.
"PSA - STAY AT HOME," she wrote in April with a short snippet of her singing a lyric from her song Break My Heart.
One fan also suggested that Anwar is an anti-vaxxer, taking to Twitter to write: "The way she tweeted this then jetted around the world, during a global pandemic, with her Anti-Vax boyfriend."
"Needless travel, [whether] within guidelines or not, puts us all at risk of infection. Use a little common sense ffs," another added.
"We love [you] queen but the 'living [your] best life' posts are getting a bit exhausting to see every day when this pandemic is actually difficult for some of us and you're jet setting all around the world," someone else said.
"Dua Lipa has travelled to more countries during this pandemic than I have in my life," another joked.
People also pointed out that she and her friends weren't social distancing with the group having their arms around each other for most pictures.
Anwar recently revealed to fans in an Instagram Q&A that he won't be getting the coronavirus vaccine.
"Either I just don’t get it or I get it (coronavirus)," he wrote.
"And god willing heal from and get antibodies rather than do that process unnaturally, our bodies are made by the creator to do way more than we think."
Unsurprisingly, the move had him labelled an anti-vaxxer, but the 21-year-old insisted he isn't, but believes everyone should assess each vaccine individually to see side effects it could have.
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