Anti-vax beauty therapist refuses to treat jabbed customers because they want to 'follow a natural path'

A BEAUTY therapist has banned customers from her salon who have had a coronavirus vaccine – and says she refuses to treat them. 

Anti-vaxxer Sarah McCutheon announced that her business, Wellness and Wellbeing With Sarah,will not “conduct treatments on any vaccinated person.”

McCutcheon posted the message on her Facebook page for the business, based in Glasgow, Scotland, claiming that her “long term clients follow a very natural path.” 

But a national beauty trade body has said that her policy goes against UK government guidance, which has been put in place to keep customers safe. 

According to the Daily Record the health and beauty therapist shared the message from an Australian hair salon which read: “We are not your hairdresser if you have had the Covid vax.”

She added: “We agree and will not conduct massages or treatments on any vaccinated people.”

When one follower asked why she had decided to take the stance, the business responded: “Many of my loyal long term clients follow a very natural path and I want to ensure they feel safe in the environment that they come to relax in.

“There is no long-term data to secure us at this moment in time, there are too many related illnesses, they are experimental vaccines and have caused many injury!”

Public Health England research has found that the Pfizer vaccination is 96 per cent effective against hospitalisation caused by the Delta variant after two doses, while AstraZeneca is 92 per cent effective.

Conspiracy theories regarding the vaccine continue to be shared on social media, despite the success of the UK’s vaccination programme. 

The National Hair and Beauty Federation said it closely follows Covid-19 guidance issued by the Scottish and UK governments, including that around the vaccine roll-out.

Yesterday’s figures showed that Covid hospital admissions are the highest since March – with 509 new patients in the past 24 hours.

Cases rose by 35,707 – the biggest daily jump in almost six months with infections up 30 per cent in a week as deaths jumped by 29. 

The increase in daily cases is the highest since January 22, when the UK was in lockdown, and the total number of fatalities is 128,365.

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