Anti-vaxxer is called out after praising Denmark for lifting lockdown

Anti-vaxxer Instagram model left red-faced as she is called out for applauding Denmark for lifting Covid lockdowns – not realising it’s because they have a 71% vaccination rate

An anti-vaxxer Instagram model has been called out after she applauded Denmark for lifting Covid lockdowns, without realising the country opened up because of its high vaccination rate.

Kate Szepanowski, a Gold Coast influencer, praised the nation in an Instagram Stories post Friday after re-sharing a post about Denmark’s triumph over the deadly virus. 

The post, originally uploaded by a Swedish journalist, read: ‘HUGE NEWS: Denmark has announced they will be REMOVING all Covid restrictions including the Covid passport.’ 

Embarrassing: Anti-vaxxer Instagram model Kate Szepanowski (pictured)  has been called out after she applauded Denmark for lifting Covid lockdowns without realising the country opened up because of its high vaccination rate

Kate, who is known to oppose vaccines and the rollout of vaccine passports in Australia, wrote beneath the image: ‘Smart country’. 

However, If she had simply done a simple Google search, Kate would know that Denmark’s decision to lift restrictions was announced after the health ministry declared Covid was ‘no longer a critical threat’ because of the country’s high vaccination rate. 

Denmark is the European Union’s third-most vaccinated country, with 71% of the population having received two jabs.  

‘Smart country’ indeed! Kate Szepanowski, a Gold Coast influencer, praised the nordic nation in an Instagram Stories post Friday after re-sharing a post about Denmark’s triumph over the deadly virus

Kate’s embarrassing blunder was called out by Aussie Influencer Opinions, Australia’s biggest influencer watchdog, who re-shared the post to its 50.3K Instagram followers. 

However, this didn’t discourage the blonde from sharing more opinions about the Covid jab on Tuesday.

Returning to Instagram Stories, the mother-of-one reposted a video which attempted to ‘expose’ the extremely rare side-effects of vaccines.  

Whoops! However If she had simply done a simple Google search, Kate would know that Denmark’s decision to lift restrictions was announced after the health ministry declared Covid was ‘no longer a critical threat’ because of the country’s high vaccination rate 

Here we go again: However, this didn’t discourage the blonde from sharing more opinions about the Covid jab on Monday

‘And this is why I would rather die than get that poison injected into me. If you feel triggered don’t even @ me,’ she wrote.  

The coronavirus vaccine is a safe and vital measure being taken to protect the community from the spread of the virus.

While any life-threatening effects of the vaccine are extremely rare, it is extremely common for Covid-19 to serious illness, ongoing health problems and even death.

‘I would rather die than get that poison injected into me’: Returning to Instagram Stories on Monday, the mother-of-one reposted a video which attempted to ‘expose’ the extremely rare side-effects of vaccines 

Essential: Covid-19 can cause ongoing health problems and even death. The vaccines being rolled out in Australia ensure that even if you do contract Covid, you won’t get seriously ill 

The vaccines being rolled out in Australia are designed to ensure that even if you do contract Covid, you won’t get seriously ill. 

Kate, whose sister is fellow anti-vaxxer influencer Chloe Szepanowski, last made headlines back in 2019 when she was forced to hand over $2,500 in cash to police even after claiming she had received the money from her ‘sugar daddy’.

In December 2018, Kate was pulled over in Bondi Junction in Sydney, by police who initially believed she had been driving under the influence. 

Remember me?  Kate, whose sister is fellow anti-vaxxer influencer Chloe Szepanowski , last made headlines back in 2019 when she was forced to hand over $2,500 in cash to police even after claiming she had received the money from her ‘sugar daddy’

When she was asked to provide identification, they spotted the large wad of money in her purse – leading them to suspect she had been involved in a drug deal, court documents claim.   

Upon searching her car, they allegedly found white powder residue in a clear plastic bag as well as a Xanax tablet without a prescription. 

Police administered both drug and alcohol tests, which came back negative. 

Cash: When she was asked to provide identification, they spotted the large wad of money in her purse – leading them to suspect she had been involved in a drug deal, court documents claim

Chloe claimed she had multiple ‘clients’ across NSW and Victoria and had been travelling between the two states, according to the statement.   

Szepanowski’s cash was seized and she was ordered to appear at Downing Centre Court but failed to show up.  

She was fined $350 for possession of Xanax and other unlawfully obtained goods. 

Fined: She was fined $350 for possession of Xanax and other unlawfully obtained goods

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