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Salon Owner Turning People Away If They’ve Had Covid Vaccine

A salon owner is turning away people who’ve had the COVID-19 vaccine.
Credit: @khemia_frequency_salon/Instagram & Pexel

A salon owner is turning away people who’ve had the Covid-19 vaccine for ‘health and safety’ reasons. 

Yazmina Jade Adler, owner of the Khemia HI Vibe Frequency hair salon in Queensland, Australia, has taken to Instagram to inform her followers that she will not be doing their hair if they’ve had the jab. 

On her business’ social media pages, she wrote: “The unknown health effects of the mRNA vaccine are not covered by our public liability insurance. 

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The salon owner is turning away people who’ve had the Covid-19 vaccine. Credit: @khemia_frequency_salon/Instagram

“We also have to take into consideration the 1000s of reported side effects this shot has shown so far … such as – viral shedding of the uterus, seizures, clotting, bleeding, interruption to the menstrual cycles and death.”

She apologised for the ‘inconvenience’ this may cause her customers, but insisted ‘the safety of our staff and existing clients is our priority’. 

The businesswoman, who has previously admitted to applying menstrual blood to her skin to stop period pains, told 7News that she’s concerned about the vaccine’s side effects she’s read about online.

She said: “It just comes back to ‘we don’t know enough’.

“A lot of side effects I’m hearing in different forums are related to women’s menstrual health, and also clotting and seizures.

“I’m concerned about the viral kind of shedding. A lot of women, in particular, are experiencing shedding from their uterus that’s just randomly happening.

“Also, people who’ve had it, if they were to have some sort of reaction in my salon and in my shop, we’re not covered by our insurance company for that.”

Alder also insisted that there’s ‘stuff’ in the vaccine that she believes can be transmitted from one person to another. 

But when asked if refusing clients would be classed as discrimination, she responded: “It’s my business.”

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