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Welsh holiday retreat bans guests who have had Covid vaccine

A holiday let in Wales has banned any guests who have had the coronavirus vaccine because the owner has a ‘duty of care to her family’.

Blaeneinion is an eco-friendly retreat described as an ‘idyllic and secluded conservation project set in 75 acres of land at the head of the Artists Valley’.

But only those who have chosen not to get the jab are welcome, reports WalesOnline.

The owner Sharon Girardi posted on her website that she was banning people who had taken the vaccines she claimed were ‘experimental’.

She 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”.

‘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.’

She went on to say anyone who has had the jab is participating in a clinical trial, citing effects of the vaccine that have not been verified by any medical professionals.

Ms Girardi later posted on the website that the retreat, in Machynlleth, is fully booked until the end of September.

She said thank you for ‘an unexpected and overwhelming outpouring of love and support from SO many like-minded souls’.

Currently, the only common side-effects listed by the NHS are a sore arm from the injection, feeling tired, a headache, feeling achy feeling or being sick.

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In very rare cases, people can have allergic reactions, experience blood clotting or suffer from heart inflammation.

Doctors and campaigners are currently pushing for the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) to further investigate reports of the vaccine causing ‘short-lived’ disruptions to women’s periods.

More than 30,000 women have said they had issues with their menstrual cycle after getting the jab but this usually goes back to normal after one or two cycles.

However, every public health body on the planet has concluded that the benefits of getting the vaccines – to prevent severe illness and death from coronavirus – outweigh the risks.

 Around 81% of over-16s in the UK have had both doses of a coronavirus. vaccine.

Boris Johnson and other government officials have often credited the vaccine programme for Brits being able to continue living with little-to-no lockdown restrictions.

Indeed, the Prime Minister has said: ‘The result of this vaccination campaign is we have one of the most free societies and one of the most open economies in Europe.’

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