Project host Carrie Bickmore cruelly trolled her manicure amid Melbourne lockdown
She was trolled for receiving the coronavirus vaccine earlier on Monday.
And hours later, Carrie Bickmore came under attack for not having a perfect manicure on The Project, despite Melbourne being in the midst of her fourth hard lockdown.
After the 40-year-old posted a photo of the bright yellow outfit she wore to the news desk, Carrie was criticized for having two unpainted fingernails by ridiculous trolls.
Not quite clear: Carrie Bickmore has been attacked for not having a perfect manicure on The Project, despite Melbourne being in the middle of her fourth hard lockdown
“Bad nail day,” commented one.
Despite the nasty comment, Carrie was also inundated with positive comments from fans impressed with her Australian label dress. The Significant Other.
“Absolutely gorgeous, as always,” wrote one.
Positive Comments: Despite the nasty comment, Carrie was also inundated with positive comments from fans who were in awe of her dress from the Australian label The Significant Other
Earlier in the week, the reporter was targeted by anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorists for announcing that she had received the coronavirus vaccine.
On Monday, Carrie posted an Instagram photo of herself receiving the jab next to the caption: “Vaccinated [thumbs up emoji]. ‘
It didn’t take long for a wave of trolls to flood Carrie’s post with bizarre comments, accusing her of “selling herself” and “fueling government propaganda.”
Ridiculous: ‘Bad nail day’: one commented
When the Karen Attack! Hours earlier, Carrie had been attacked by anti-vaxxer conspiracy theorists after sharing this Instagram photo of herself receiving the coronavirus vaccine
Elsewhere, several critics accused the TV presenter of ‘passive coercion’ – a buzzword used by anti-coronavirus vaccines to refer to supposed ‘brainwashing’ tactics used by celebrities to convince their fans to get vaccinated.
‘Another celebrity using medical coercion. To be paid, are we, at the signal of virtue? Full viewing of the comedy from here in the placebo control group! We wrote.
“Why do celebrities continue to feel the need to spread the word about the ‘jab’! ? Passive coercion at its best! Yours, guinea pigs, another sneered.
Weird backlash: Several critics accused the TV presenter of “passive coercion” – a buzzword used by anti-coronavirus vaccines to refer to supposed “brainwashing” tactics used by celebrities to convince their parents. fans getting vaccinated
Some trolls have used their comments to perpetuate unfounded theories about the vaccine by hinting that Carrie will die from the vaccine soon.
“RIP” wrote one, while another added: “Goodbye! ”
Others have simply expressed their disdain by posting vomiting face emojis, thumbs down emojis, and writing the word “Do not follow anymore”.
Misinformation: Some trolls used their comments to perpetuate unfounded vaccine theories by implying Carrie would soon die from the jab
Don’t let the door knock on you on your way out! Others have simply expressed their disdain by posting vomiting face emojis, thumbs down emojis and writing the word “Do not follow anymore”
The coronavirus vaccine is a vital step taken to protect the community from the spread of the virus.
COVID-19 can cause serious illness, persistent health problems, and sometimes even death.
The vaccines currently being rolled out in Australia are designed to ensure that even if you contract Covid, you will not become seriously ill.
Peace out! Carrie posted this photo of herself wearing a mask while waiting for her injection at a Melbourne vaccination center
It comes after Australia celebrated several milestones in its coronavirus vaccine rollout program over the weekend.
The country landed its fifth millionth jab, as a record 88,000 Australians rolled up their sleeves on Saturday.
About 772,750 vaccinations have been performed in the past six days, which is also a record.
In good company: Carrie was joined by Project co-host Peter Helliar on Monday as they waited to receive their vaccine
“We have seen that the vaccination program is accelerating,” Federal Health Minister Greg Hunt said on Sunday.
“As the offering becomes available, the audience intensifies and does their part of the job.”
100,000 more vaccines are being made available for Victoria, where five million Melburnians remain in a 14-day lockdown due to end on Thursday.
Supply: 100,000 more vaccines are being made available for Victoria, where five million Melburnians remain in a 14-day lockdown due to end on Thursday. (Pictured: Covid-19 testing clinic on Bourke Street in Melbourne)