Winterstein says that the "mainstream media constantly slander, dehumanise and degrade" anti-vaccine "footy wags" such as her. An online invitation to one of her workshops reads: "The benefits of vaccines are constantly over-exaggerated and the risk of an adverse reaction severely downplayed by politicians, journalists and GPs." Online influencer Taylor Winterstein has cancelled some anti-vaxxer seminars. Winterstein took to Instagram to tell her followers why she had cancelled the controversial seminars.
Winterstein and her family are based in France at the moment, where her husband is playing football after his contract in Australia's NRL was not renewedIn a dangerous comparison, Winterstein told her followers President Donald Trump's suggestion to inject bleach - which would undoubtedly kill a human - was the same as a standard vaccination.
"Their rhetoric is not supported by science," WHO technical officer Lisa Menning told Nine's A Current Affair. A controversial anti-vaxxer and the WAG of a former Taylor Winterstein became the face of the anti-vaccination movement after she revealed in 2019 she would not immunise the children she shares with former Penrith Panthers footballer Frank Winterstein.Most recently, she has fixated on the COVID-19 crisis and is determined to disprove its legitimacy. Taylor is the wife of NRL star Frank Winterstein. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline. Taylor Winterstein (né en 1989) est une influenceuse en ligne australienne originaires des Samoa, connue pour ses positions anti-vaccination. Despite having no degree or qualifications, she claims she has done her "own research on vaccines" on the internet, and that she had "vaccinated" her son "at least 6 times a day with breastmilk". The World Health Organisation commented on the growing anti-vaccination movement, saying advocates are "quite concerning". The wife of NRL Panthers star Frank Winterstein has cancelled her upcoming controversial overseas anti-vaccination seminar in New Zealand. Due to her belief that vaccinations cause allergies, Winterstein prefers to call herself an "ex-vaxxer," and has chosen not to vaccinate her two boys, aged 10-months and 3-years old. The Samoa Observer reported that Samoa's Ministry of Health CEO, Dr Take Naseri, described the seminars as a "public health threat". So far, 6,847 people have been diagnosed and 5,863 have recoveredIn the bizarre claim said she said she had based her 'evidence' on the success Australia has had in flattening the COVID-19 curve and avoiding mass casualties. Register with us and content you save will appear here so you can access them to read later. "This is no joke.
'Healthcare workers are losing shifts or their jobs because there is no work to do,' she argued. 'Anyone outraged by this clearly has NOT read a vaccine package insert,' she wrote. Meghan and Harry's Montecito neighbors include a vineyard owner, a Forbes' billionaire and a Houston banker who bought the Scarface mansion - and most are more than thrilled to have them!Meghan Markle decries the 'toxicity' that she and Prince Harry have faced in the media - as she opens up about how 'devastating' it was to return to the US amid the Black Lives Matter protestsWhy did Meghan Markle's ex send these loving posts if he resented her success? Taylor Winterstein, wife of Samoan rugby league player Frank Winterstein, is campaigning against compulsory immunisation in Samoa. Photo / via Instagram In the post she blamed "organised groups ... working hard to sabotage" her. Taylor Winterstein, an Australian blogger who proudly does not immunise her kids Ziggy and Hendrix, also cancelled her $200-per-ticket Making Informed Choices seminar in Samoa, the Daily Mail reported. Your News is the place for you to save content to read later from any device.
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'Do you understand exactly what ingredients you've already been injected with if you chose to vaccinate?
Taylor Winterstein, wife of Manly Sea Eagles forward Frank Winterstein, is running a series of workshops around Australia, New Zealand and Samoa, discussing the safety of vaccinations.
At least 1.2 million people have recovered from the deadly respiratory infection, an indication, according to Winterstein, that COVID-19 is a scam. The Pacific nation has been battling an outbreak of the virus since October, with the death toll standing at 60.
Winterstein also claimed healthcare workers were not working as hard as they wanted the average Australian to believe.
After her own experiences with vaccinations, the WAG claims vaccines cause allergies and parents are being “bullied” by GPs who “pressure” them to give their children vaccinations.