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Olivia Newton-John says she won’t be getting coronavirus vaccine in bizarre interview with daughter

In the interview alongside Chloe Lattanzi, 35, the Grease star, when asked if she’d take the injection, told The Herald Sun: “Not at this point, no.”

While Newton-John, 72,  failed to elaborate upon her reasoning, Lattanzi went on to share her outlandish views on vaccinations, stating that she’s against “putting mercury and pesticides in [her] body”.

Lattanzi, who believes “real medicine is what comes from the earth”, runs a medicine cannabis farm with her husband, James Driskill, and has no scientific or medical qualifications.

Despite claiming she’s “not an anti-vaxxer”, Newton-John’s daughter added that she believes people only “trust vaccines because the doctor says it’s safe”.

Doctors said that, while her condition is incurable, it can be managed through treatment. 

Chloe Lattanzi and her mother, Olivia Newton-John, in 2010

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