Holiday retreat bans guests who have had a covid vaccination – Liverpool Echo

The owner of a holiday retreat has banned guests who are vaccinated against coronavirus .

Sharon Girardi, owner of Blaeneinion eco-retreat, a conservation project, near Machynlleth, Mid Wales, said she has a “duty of care” to family and guests, WalesOnline reports.

She described the vaccine as experimental and cited ‘significant reports…emerging of effects on unvaccinated people simply spending time around the vaccinated’.

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The UK government’s yellow card reporting system gives details of all side effects of the Coronavirus vaccine. You can view the most recent report here.

In the United Kingdom 66.3% of the population are fully vaccinated.

Clinical trials have shown the Covid-19 vaccine to be safe and effective, providing immunity against the virus.

In a statement, the owner of Blaeneinion eco-retreat said: “With great sadness we have made the decision that we will be unable to welcome folk on site that are ‘vaccinated’ with the experimental CV19 jab.

“Significant reports are emerging of effects on unvaccinated people simply spending time around the ‘vaccinated’.

“As you may be aware, the CV19 injections are experimental – they are unlike any other previous vaccines and contain a new mRNA technology that causes our own immune systems to manufacture spike proteins.

“Anyone participating in the ‘vaccination’ program are involved in a clinical trial. It would appear that these spike proteins can be exhaled or excreted through the skin and are triggering reactions in folk around them who have not been injected.

“Reactions include nosebleeds in children who have ‘vaccinated’ teachers, miscarriages in pregnant women, severe bleeding in post-menopausal woman, swelling of the testes in men, the death of pets that have been in contact with the ‘vaccinated’ and other responses.

“As this is a rapidly emerging and previously unknown situation, we feel that the precautionary principle is best adopted until more is known.

“I have a duty of care to my family, to our staff and to anyone staying on site. In addition, it has become clear that anyone participating in this clinical trial invalidates their life insurance policy and our own Public Liability cover does not cover people who have volunteered for medical experiments should they fall ill or injure themselves on site.

“I am simply speechless…. sending my warmest and abiding love to you all and once more, I cannot believe we have all found ourselves in this situation

“Wishing you health and love x”

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