Instagram post focuses on female anti-vaxxers in hilarious viral image

‘I just don’t trust the vaccine’: Anti-vaxxers become the target of a hilarious viral meme that compares the ‘risk’ of the Covid jab to cocaine, cigarettes and fillers

  • Viral Instagram posts satire on stereotypical female anti-vaxxers from Sydney
  • Targets those who compare the ‘risk’ of the Covid jab to taking drugs and alcohol
  • NSW Premier wants 70 percent of population vaccinated by September

Anti-vaxxers are at the center of a hilarious meme, which compares the risk of getting the Covid jab to drugs, fillers and almond milk.

The photo, titled “The “I Just Don’t Trust the Vaccine” Starter Kit,” was posted to the “SydneygirlzInstagram page.

It shows several images, including a salt lamp, an energy drink, active clothes and cocaine, and claims to stereotype a female anti-vaxxer.

The viral post (pictured) shared on 'sydneygirlz' Instagram page denounces Sydney's stereotypical female anti-vaxxers

The viral post (pictured) shared on ‘sydneygirlz’ Instagram page denounces Sydney’s stereotypical female anti-vaxxers

The caption describes the life of this ‘salt lamp Sarah’ and says she claims her body is a temple but will drink Red Bulls, call her ex as she drives down his street, vape more than she water drinks.

It goes on to say ‘she drinks almond lattes after a hectic ketamine session the night before and spends her Sunday morning at Bay Run cafe in Gymshark crop tops after a boozy night out.

The post has garnered nearly 6,000 likes and over 300 comments, many of which commented on the hilarity and truth behind the post.

“The text ‘what happens if I do coke before surgery’ killed me,” said one follower.

“I can’t do these memes, what about the toxic face fillers, boob jobs, butt lifts,” wrote another.

Writing a commentary on the unfortunate truth behind the post: ‘Oh this is just perfect! We all know one.”

The post's caption describes the life of 'salt lamp Sarah', a fictional character who puts harmful toxins into their bodies, such as drugs and alcohol, but doesn't trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

The post's caption describes the life of 'salt lamp Sarah', a fictional character who puts harmful toxins into their bodies, such as drugs and alcohol, but doesn't trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

The post’s caption describes the life of ‘salt lamp Sarah’, a fictional character who puts harmful toxins into their bodies, such as drugs and alcohol, but doesn’t trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

This follows Sunday’s announcement by NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian that the state is gearing up to have 70 percent of the population vaccinated by September.

‘If you get to 50 percent vaccination, 60 percent, 70 percent, you get more freedom. We can turn this around in four weeks,” she said.

NSW’s vaccination rate is about 15 percent for those who received both shots and 32 percent received only one dose.

But with 82,000 doses spread over 24 hours and 4.5 million more Pfizer shots delivered to Australia in August, federal health officials are confident NSW could carry out about 650,000 vaccinations per week.

This follows the federal government’s botched Covid-jab rollout, with plans being made for the AstraZeneca to run most of the vaccination program.

While Australia lacked a viable alternative injection after the federal government failed to obtain sufficient doses of Pfizer, those issues will soon be resolved.

Those plans were muddled in April when Australia’s Technical Advisory Group on Immunization recommended that only people over 50 should receive the shot due to the extremely low risk of developing blood clots.

With the highly contagious Indian Delta strain sweeping through Sydney, ATAGI advises over-18s to talk to their GP about getting AstraZeneca.

NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian urges Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian urges Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

NSW Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian urges Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

Ms Berejiklian stated that increased vaccination coverage could be the answer to lifting the lockdowns.

‘There is no place in the world that has been able to live with the Delta virus and not have a higher vaccination rate. We have to be very clear about that,” she says.

“We want this to be the last lockdown we have and we can make that happen if we get vaccinated.”

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