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Khemia Salon owner posts ‘proof’ to support her ban on Aussies vaccinated against coronavirus

by Mary Sewell

A Gold Coast hairdresser, who found herself in hot water yesterday after announcing vaccinated Aussies were no longer welcome in her salon, has today posted “proof” to support the ban.

Yazmina Adler is the owner of Khemia HI Vibe Frequency salon at Palm Beach and the person behind the ban.

This morning, Ms. Adler did the media rounds, explaining she was living her truth and protecting her “staff and clients”.

The business yesterday asked anyone who had a COVID vaccination to notify them before making a booking.

“The unknown health effects of the mRNA vaccine are not covered by our public liability insurance,” Ms. Adler wrote on social media.

She said she had considered the “1000s of reported side effects this shot has shown so far”.

“We are deeply sorry for any inconvenience to you,” she said. “However, the safety of our staff and existing clients is our priority.”

The business said it will re-evaluate the policy in 2023 “when clinical trials of the experimental injection are completed”.

This morning, Ms. Adler said she ignored the criticism and encouraged her critics to stop the hate on her Instagram story.

“At the end of the day, this really just comes back to me just doing what I feel is right for my business and my community; that’s all this is,” she said.

“It doesn’t need to be anything more. It doesn’t need to be an anti-vax thing, or I’m trying to discriminate; it literally just comes back to me making a free will choice and implementing it at my business.

“For those of you having a hard time understanding that, that’s OK, but I don’t need the hate, I don’t need all of the negativity and the backlash … if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say it all.”

Ms. Adler also supported her vaccine ban with apparent “proof”, sent in by her followers.

“Women, we are requesting you share with us your direct experience with any abnormal menstrual cycle signs or symptoms since being in contact with someone who has had this shot,” Ms. Adler said.

“We want your stories and truths.”

Most of the stories centered around women claiming their periods had been disrupted after coming into contact with someone vaccinated against coronavirus.

One woman claimed her period came four days early and was “crazy heavy”.

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