Videos of a British woman who can’t use her legs to walk properly uploaded to an Instagram account with nearly 5 million followers was ‘restricted’ by the social media company so that it is not so ‘prominent’ and no longer recommended, Daily Mail reported.

Georgia-Rose Segal, 34, shared a series of videos showing the adverse effects she had after receiving the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer’s laboratory.

The video was uploaded with the following explanation: “Since the 29th June after her second Pfizer jab, Georgia has had daily episodes of fainting, developing into neurological issues and losing the use of her legs. And yes, she was perfectly fit and healthy before!”

Georgia-Rose Segal almost collpase while attempting to walk without help (@Iamjustbait/Instagram)

In the compilation of three videos, the woman can be seen almost falling to the ground as she tries to walk without assistance. Another shows her legs spontaneously spasming, and the third shows Ms. Segal walking with a wheeled crutch in the hospital.

The young woman is seen walking in the hospital with the help of a walker (@Iamjustbait/Instagram)

The videos were shared by the Instagram account Imjustbait which has 4.7 million followers and got more than a hundred thousand ‘likes’ from users who saw it.

As a result, the social media put the videos in restricted mode, which means that it will not be easily viewed and will not be recommended either.

Apparently, Instagram’s decision is in response to an ‘information campaign’ about vaccines with which they are trying to convince people that the vaccine is safe and Ms. Segal’s case is ‘exceptional’.

“We are running the largest online vaccine information campaign in history, and thanks to our work with the NHS and the UK government we have directed over 13.5 million visits to accurate information about the virus and approved vaccines.”

Despite many comments even saying that the videos were fake or that beyond that ‘risk’ the vaccine was like paracetamol ‘generally good’, there were many who reacted to the videos confirming that they will not be vaccinated.

One of those who commented on the post said, “This is why I have not got it yet, I’ll get it if it’s life and death but mans had covid and got over it like a cold and no one gave man a vaccine for my cold.”

Another user was a bit more explicit: “And this is the s*** they’re trying to force into everyone’s bodies… no thanks, had worse colds than Covid.”

One Birmingham waitress, Kevani Aird, said that after watching the video she is more confident that she doesn’t want to get vaccinated.

“I don’t trust it, to be honest with you. I just don’t trust the government in general. I don’t think it’s worth the risk,” said Aird.

According to UK statistics, one in three 18–29-year-olds have not been vaccinated, and videos like the one in Georgia add to the doubts of this group of people.

In other words, around three million young people in the United Kingdom have not been vaccinated despite the fact that the government made vaccinations available for this group last June.

Of the 140,000 Covid deaths reported in the UK, only 237 of them were under the age of 30, and although this is a figure that is also attributed to the hesitation to vaccinate or not in the young age group, according to the president of the Royal College of Physicians, Professor Martin Marshall, what is most often heard from young people who do not want to be vaccinated is the fear of becoming infertile.

To vaccinate or not to vaccinate is not the issue

The role of the government in deciding whether or not people should be vaccinated has triggered intense debate.

While governments around the world insist on the installed idea that herd immunity will be achieved when more than 70% of the population is vaccinated, despite data showing that a large number of people who contract the CCP virus are already vaccinated, there is a large sector of the world’s population that refuses to get the vaccine because of the risks or adverse effects documented since the beginning of the vaccination campaign or simply because they do not want to be forced to do so.

As in France and Australia, thousands of Britons took to the streets of London on July 25 to protest Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s decision to demand proof of vaccination in order to lead a normal life.

Among the demonstrators were signs with messages such as “When tyranny becomes law, resistance becomes duty.”

One of the protesters who did not identify himself as ‘anti-vaccine’ and had in fact had a dose already, said, “I will not show my papers when the state asks for them because it has no right to do so.”