Anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers are now wearing face coverings to protect themselves from those who are vaccinated.
This practice was born from the conspiracy that those who are vaccinated will “shed” proteins on the unvaccinated. This is believed to cause people without the vaccine to suffer unfavorable side effects such as irregular menstruation, infertility, and miscarriages. This baseless theory stems from the belief that the COVID-19 pandemic was a calculated government move to depopulate Earth.
Anti-vax influencers are encouraging other anti-vaxxers and anti-maskers to social distance as well as masking up. Some in the anti-vax community believe that they will need to isolate themselves from the vaccinated for good. Others believe that quarantining those with the vaccine will help save lives.
New York pediatrician and anti-vaxxer Larry Palevsky told viewers during a live stream that “there is something being passed from people who are shot up with this poison to others who have not gotten the shot.” He believes that the vaccinated should sport “a badge on their arms,” indicating that they are vaccinated.
Despite no scientific research being available to support the conspiracy, anti-vaxxers are taking no chances. A private school in Miami banned vaccinated teachers from interacting with unvaccinated students. In April, a Gold Shop in Kelowna, British Columbia, banned vaccinated patrons from entering the store.