While speaking with Australia’s Herald Sun, Olivia Newton-John (along with daughter Chloe Lattanzi) was asked if she would get one of the COVID vaccines, Olivia said:
“Not at this point, no”.
Olivia, you might remember, is battling from stage-four breast cancer.
Although she didn’t elaborate on the decision, her daughter did give her thoughts about vaccines saying:
“I’m not an anti-vaxxer. I’m anti putting mercury and pesticides in my body, which are in a lot of vaccines. To me real medicine is what comes from the earth. I think people trust vaccines because the doctor says it is safe, I used to”.
With no medical nor scientific qualifications and no provided evidence to back up her reasoning, Chloe claims that “she’s done her own research on vaccinations”.
Chloe then said that she wished she had never been vaccinated for anything saying “If I had a chance to take herbs and plants as a baby rather than have toxins injected into me I would have done that”.
Anti putting certain things in her body i.e. vaccines but breast implants and the meds to do them are ok. 🙄https://t.co/ddFTr6Gmxk— Shay 💜 (@shaydean0724) January 31, 2021
The New York Daily News reports:
Lattanzi, 35, owns a cannabis farm with her hubby, James Driskill. Lattanzi said medicine should come “from the earth” and that she didn’t want to put mercury and other toxic chemicals in her body.
An easily eliminated form of mercury known as ethylmercury is contained in the preservative thimerosal, which is added to some multi-dose vaccine vials to prevent the growth of bacteria, according to the CDC.
However, neither the Pfizer nor the Moderna coronavirus vaccines contain thimerosal, the MIT Technology Reviewreported.