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Salon Owner Faces Backlash After Refusing Customers Who Have Had Covid Vaccine

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Salon Owner Faces Backlash After Refusing Customers Who Have Had Covid Vaccine

A salon owner has received criticism for refusing to accept customers who had received the covid-19 vaccine.

Suzanne Holliday, the founder of White Rabbit Healing in Glasgow, posted a statement on Instagram on Monday confirming that she would no longer accept certain customers from 31st May.

A statement was posted to the salon's Instagram account on Monday (Credit: Instagram)
A statement was posted to the salon's Instagram account on Monday (Credit: Instagram)

The statement reads: "I (Suzanne) will not be treating any new or existing clients who have received any Covid-19 vaccination.

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"This decision is not one of fear. Fear is the lowest vibration. It is simply to protect my clients, myself and my child from the unknown effects of this experimental injection after my own experiences since coming back to work."

Suzanne went on to defend her decision to restrict her services to protect herself. She added: "I don't just hang out in the same room as you, I massage my skin against your skin for 8 hours a day."

Salon owner Suzanne Holliday said she will review the policy in 2023 (Credit: Shutterstock)
Salon owner Suzanne Holliday said she will review the policy in 2023 (Credit: Shutterstock)

She added that she would review her new policy in 2023 after trials are complete and there is further evidence around the vaccines, referring to a debunked theory about "vaccine shedding".

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The theory suggests that people who have been vaccinated could pass the virus on to those who have not yet been vaccinated. However, experts such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reportedly said this is biologically impossible.

Vincent Venditto, PhD, assistant professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University of Kentucky College of Pharmacy debunked the theory in an interview with medical website Health. He said: "That's not the basis or science behind any of the vaccines we're currently using for Covid-19."

The White Rabbit Healing Instagram page has been made private (Credit: Unsplash)
The White Rabbit Healing Instagram page has been made private (Credit: Unsplash)

An update from Suzanne added: "Any unkind, hateful private messages will be deleted a blocked." She also clarified that customers with appointments will be contacted and refunded.

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Tyla has contacted White Rabbit Healing for comment.

You can read more about the NHS safety guidelines for the Covid-19 vaccines here. The World Health Organisation's advice on Covid-19 vaccines can also be found here.

Featured Image Credit: Shutterstock

Topics: Life News, Life, Covid-19

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