Anti-vaxxers have found themselves at the centre 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 pack’, was posted to the ‘Sydneygirlz‘ Instagram page. 

It shows various images, including a salt lamp, an energy drink, bum-hugging active wear and cocaine, and claims to stereotype a female anti-vaxxer. 

The viral post (pictured) shared to 'sydneygirlz' Instagram page satirises the stereotypical female anti-vaxxers in Sydney

The viral post (pictured) shared to 'sydneygirlz' Instagram page satirises the stereotypical female anti-vaxxers in Sydney

The viral post (pictured) shared to ‘sydneygirlz’ Instagram page satirises the stereotypical female anti-vaxxers in Sydney

The caption details the life of this ‘salt lamp Sarah’, saying she claims her body is a temple but will drink Red Bulls, call her ex while driving down his street, vapes more than she drinks water. 

It goes onto 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 drunken night out.

The post has amassed nearly 6000 likes and over 300 comments, many remarking on the hilarity and truth behind the post.  

‘The ‘what happens if I do coke before surgery’ text took me out’, said one follower. 

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

One commented on the unfortunate truth behind the post writing: ‘Oh this is just perfect! We all know one at least’.

The post caption details the life of 'salt lamp Sarah' a fictional character that puts harmful toxins in their body such as drugs and alcohol but doesn't trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

The post caption details the life of 'salt lamp Sarah' a fictional character that puts harmful toxins in their body such as drugs and alcohol but doesn't trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

The post caption details the life of ‘salt lamp Sarah’ a fictional character that puts harmful toxins in their body such as drugs and alcohol but doesn’t trust the Covid-19 vaccine (stock image)

This follows the announcement on Sunday from NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian stating that the state is gearing up to have 70 per cent of the population vaccinated by September. 

‘Once you get to 50 per cent vaccination, 60 per cent, 70 per cent, that triggers more freedoms. We can turn this around in four weeks,’ she said. 

NSW’s vaccination rate sits at about 15 per cent for those who have received both jabs and 32 per cent have received only one dose. 

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

This follows the federal government’s bungled Covid jab rollout that saw plans for the AstraZeneca to carry out the bulk of the vaccination program. 

While Australia has been lacking a viable alternative jab after the federal government failed to secure enough Pfizer doses, those problems will soon be solved. 

Those plans were thrown into disarray in April when the Australian Technical Advisory Group on Immunisation advised that only over 50s should receive the shot due to the extremely remote risk of developing blood clots. 

Now with the highly contagious Indian Delta variant sweeping through Sydney, ATAGI advises that those aged over 18 speak to their GP about getting AstraZeneca.

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is urging Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying that increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is urging Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying that increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian is urging Sydneysiders to get vaccinated, saying that increasing vaccination rates could be the answer to lifting lockdowns (stock image)

Ms Berejiklian stated that increased vaccination rates 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 higher rates of vaccination. We have to be very clear about that,’ she said.

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

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