Love Island’s Alexandra Cane sparks fury as she refuses ‘experimental’ Covid jab

Alexandra Cane has announced that she has no intentions of receiving the coronavirus jab.

The ex-Love Island star, 29, has told fans on her Instagram story that she is a "sovereign body" who will "not subscribe to fear".

Her announcement coincides with the latest Government figures that have shown that as of yesterday a total of 127,823 people have died 28 days after testing positive for virus.

She didn't stop with just saying that she wouldn't be getting the vaccine, but also told fans that the pandemic is "World War 3" and that freedom is being "taken away from us".

In her statement she wrote: "I'm going to say it… We are in World War 3.

"It's an internal war which is why it's an even bigger battle.

"Speaking up/using our voices and standing for what we believe is right will gain us our freedom.

"We are not free if we are dependant on a system that keeps failing us time and time again.

"Wishing the world would go back to normal is running away from the fact that our freedom is being taken away from us a little bit more every day.

"This isn't about protecting our health. This is about money and greed."

She had also told her 1.3m followers that she believes her body and mind can fight off the virus as the medical system "only go as far as the biological cell", suggesting that meditation and breath-work can keep her safe.

She wrote: "The Western medical system only go as far as the biological cell. They believe that the mind and body are separate from each other.

"I believe the mind and body are connected and finding energetic within the vessel that is made up of trillions of cells (energy).

"We all have immune systems that naturally fight infections/bacteria if our cells are healthy and fully functioning."

She also told fans that stress can cause the cells to not work properly, which is why she finds meditation to be effective.

Alexandra voiced further concerns about the lack of research regarding the vaccine's affect on fertility.

She said: “I personally will not be getting it as it is very much in the experimental stages and I have no idea of the after effects.

“I am a sovereign being who has the basic human right of deciding what I believe is best for my body. I choose not to inject something that I have not much information of, nor do I wish to follow suit because others are.”

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Although many of her fans have voiced their agreement on her Instagram posts, she has been labelled "irresponsible" by scientists, including Professor Stephan Lewandowsky, Chair in Cognitive Psychology at the University of Bristol.

He told i : “Celebrities are entitled to their opinions, but they must also exercise that entitlement responsibly.

“In this case, the claims are irresponsible because they are false and misleading.

"To date, more than 2,000,000,000 doses of vaccines have been administered globally after being thoroughly tested.”

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