Chloe Latanzi, 34, shared her obscene and unscientific views on vaccines and the KOVID-19 pandemic in a bizarre Instagram post.
In the now-deleted post, Olivia Tonutton-Johnon’s daughter surpassed herself as an anti-waxer, claiming that face masks could cause “health problems”.
“Natural medicine saved my mother’s life,” began Chloe, who has no medical training, referring to Olivia’s long battle with breast cancer and the well-publicized use of medical marijuana.
“Regret I regret this”: Olivia Tonton-Johnnon’s daughter Chloe Latanzi, 34, shares a bizarre anti-Waxer rebellion over COVID-19 conspiracy theories
“So, the natural remedy is the party I belong to. Not a Republican !!! Not a Democrat! continued Chloe, who runs a cannabis farm in Oregon with her partner James James Driskill.
‘What do you do when you do not fit in a box !? When you are vegan, growing cannabis, do you support a Buddhist who does not agree with vaccines? Anyone refer? she added.
Vaccinations are vital to reducing the spread of preventable diseases, and any proposal otherwise flies before science and the advice of medical experts around the world.
“Natural medicine saved my mother’s life”: Chloe, who has no medical training, began her position by praising the “natural medicine” and claiming to have saved the life (left) of her mother Olivia with cancer
WHY VACCINES ARE LATE
Immunization is a simple, safe, and effective way to protect people from harmful diseases before they come in contact with them.
Immunization not only protects individuals but also others in the community by reducing the spread of preventable diseases.
Research and testing are an essential part of developing safe and effective vaccines.
In Australia, vaccines must pass strict safety testing before being registered for use by the Therapeutic Products Authority (TGA). Vaccine approval can take up to 10 years.
Before vaccines become available to the public, large clinical trials are being tested on thousands of people.
High-quality studies over many years have compared the health of many vaccinated and unvaccinated children. Medical reports from nearly 1.5 million children worldwide have confirmed that vaccination does not cause autism.
People first became concerned about autism and immunization after the medical journal The Lancet published a paper in 1998. This paper argues that there is a link between vaccines against measles, mumps, rubella (MMR) and autism. Since then, scientists have completely discredited this work. The Lancet withdrew it in 2010 and issued an apology. The General Medical Council of the United Kingdom has dismissed the author from the medical register for misconduct and dishonesty.
Source: Australian Ministry of Health
Rant: ‘What do you do when you don’t fit in a box !? When you are vegan, growing cannabis, do you support a Buddhist who does not agree with vaccines? Anyone refer? she wrote
While Chloe explains that she wears a face mask inside public places, she still believes that the masks arecausing harm to small and poor people who are not sick, should be suffocated for 9 hours a day ‘.
She even claimed that people “cried” because “they could not breathe and now have health problems” after wearing masks.
“Regret I regret this,” she concluded.
Tresna: In March, Chloe was dubbed the “head of the air” after she made a deaf-mute comment that she should “listen to people give up on the coronavirus at the airport”
Chloe’s conspiracy theory that prolonged use of medical masks causes oxygen deficiency (known as hypoxia) has been debunked.
“A thin mask of paper or cloth will not lead to hypoxia. Surgeons work for hours wearing them. “They do not get these problems,” Professor Keith Neal, an infectious disease expert, told the BBC.
Similarly, the WHO website states: “Prolonged use of medical masks when worn properly does not cause CO2 intoxication or lack of oxygen.”
Hitting back: She shared a picture of herself at the top before catching a flight to the United States, when one fan told her it was a serial situation, while another called her an “air head” and followed her.
Chloe made headlines in March after posting an intense deaf voice on Instagram, complaining that she had to “listen to people unravel” about the coronavirus pandemic as she waited for a flight to the United States from Melbourne airport.
She shared a picture of herself at the top of the cultures, prompting one fan to remind her that it was a serious situation, while another called her an “air head” and followed by a check-out.
“I love waiting at the airport for four hours to hear people cheering for a coronavirus,” Chloe wrote, along with a moving image of herself in white culture and jeans.
On her side: However, one fan told Chloe to “stay safe” because they knew she was “just trying to lighten up the bad situation”
Flying home: Chloe appeared in the lounge before the Emirates flight back to the United States
One follower responded, reminding Chloe that it was a pandemic.
“This is also a serious situation and many countries have closed,” they began.
“Many people around the world are infected and many have died. “I understand very well that people are scared.”
Another remarked: “Erhed. I thought you were smarter … an influencer. No monitoring. ‘
“You need to stay inside,” added another.
Home on the Range: Chloe runs an Oregon cannabis farm with her partner James James Driskill (left)