“We are not your hairdresser if you have the COVID vax,” the post said.
“We have to take into consideration the 1000s of reported side effects this shot has shown so far.”
“Such as – unusual signs and symptoms within the menstrual cycle, such as heavy bleeding, flooding, clotting and sporting [sic] at times in the cycle when it’s not normal to do so, seizures, blood clotting, bruising within the legs and so on.”
The claims made have been slammed by the Queensland chair of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners, Dr Bruce Willet, who said the post shows a “lack of understanding” and was “dangerous”.
“It shows a lack of understanding as to the way these vaccinations work; there’s no live virus involved, so it’s simply impossible for them to be spread in the way that they are stating,” he said.
“This sort of misinformation is dangerous.”
Ms Adler’s claims have yet to be verified by any health reports.
The post also shocked 2GB Host Ray Hadley, who labelled the position as “bizarre” and “irresponsible.”
“Obviously, she should be put in a straitjacket, which would stop her from cutting people’s hair and doing perms and would also stop her from going to put things on the internet like this,” Mr Hadley said.
Ms Adler has since responded to the overnight backlash on the salon’s Instagram page, telling followers that the decision was her doing what she felt was right.
“It’s not an anti-vax … I’m not trying to discriminate,” Ms Adler said.
“This comes back to me doing what I feel is right for my business and my community, that’s all.”
“I don’t need the negativity and the backlash for this decision.”