Teen Mom Kailyn Lowry SLAMMED for insisting she won’t vaccinate her kids against coronavirus when available – The Sun

TEEN Mom star Kailyn Lowry revealed she won’t vaccinate her three young children against the deadly COVID-19.

The 28-year-old explained to a Twitter user she has no intention of using the coronavirus vaccine once it becomes available and fans are not happy.

Kailyn is a mom to sons Isaac, nine, Lincoln, six, and two-year-old Lux.

Taking to Twitter, a fan wrote: "I'm curious Kail, when a vaccine for this virus is made will you or the kids get one?"

Kailyn replied: "Absolutely not."

The US coronavirus death toll recently hit 5,000, with nearly a victim a minute dying in the last 24 hours.

Fans slammed Kailyn on Twitter after saying her kids will not be getting the vaccine.

One fan wrote to Kail: "Been a fan and a follower for years.

"Always admired your tenacity but your response is absolutely irresponsible in a time like this.

"I just can’t call myself a fan anymore."

Another fan wrote: "That's f*****g ridiculous. I sincerely hope you and the boys don't ever get this.. SMFH."

Another wrote: "I used to really respect you but to make so an uneducated statement when vaccines are proven effective has really made me lose all respect for you. I am sorry."

One tweet read: "You’re an absolute IDIOT you have some much learning to do about being a parent. Young and dumb."


Earlier this week, Kailyn – who is 23 weeks into her fourth pregnancy – admitted she was worried she won't make to the hospital on time to give birth as her home state Delaware remains under a stay-at-home-order.

The star lives nearly an hour from the closest medical facility.

She opened up to followers on Instagram: “Baby Boy & I are 23.5 weeks Today! He was breech but seems to have turned since our last ultrasound.

“This time around, I have an anterior placenta so movement feels a lot different than any of my previous pregnancies.

“Because of the stay home order & social distancing, I am not allowed to have anyone with me at appointments until further notice.

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