Alexandra Cane says she won’t get Covid vaccine as it’s still ‘experimental’

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Alexandra Cane has announced she will not be getting the Covid-19 vaccine as it is still in it's "experimental stages".

The 29 year old, who previously opened up on her painful digestive struggles as she posts photo of her bloated stomach, took to her Instagram stories to open up on her opinions about the injection that protects the public against the deadly bug.

Former Love Islander Alexandra posted a gorgeous photo of herself with her raven hair parted to one side as she smiled to the camera before writing over it: "Had some questions regarding the injection so thought I'd share my perspective…

"I personally will not be getting it as it is still very much in the experimental stages & 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. (As are you)

"I choose not to inject something that I have not much information of, nor do I wish to follow suit just because others are. Follow your intuition. Do what's right for you. & Be mindful that the mass media is just one narrative."

She later posted a second statement, further explaining: "Following on from yesterday… I'm entitled to my own opinion, as are you. People calling me brace because most are living in fear… let me say this…

"Do what works for you."

Alexandra, who reported a stalker to police after sharing messages from them last year, told her fans that they have a "choice" and don't "deserve to be bullied" into doing something they don't feel comfortable with.

"It is not selfish," she added. "We need to hold ourselves accountable for our own life choices.

"That may upset some, it may empower others… either way… I won't be silenced."

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The TV personality continued by explaining the "western medical system" believes the mind and body are separate from each other as she continued: "I believe the mind and body are connected and finding energetic balance within the vessel that is made up of trillions of cells (energy)."

She went on: "I'm not responsible for your choices. YOU ARE. I'm just reminding you that you have on should you wish to use it."

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In a third post, she wrote: "I am a woman. WOMB-an. My womb is my life force. My womb creates new life.

"There is no data available to show me what potential effects it could have on fertility so I will choose not to take something on which I have little information on."

In a final message, she told her fans: "I do not judge either way. I will not let this cause divide. Love unites us all. We are one."

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