After appearing in a bizarre new video, apparently with COVID-like symptoms, the notorious Bunnings anti-mask protester Lizzy Rose has raised concerns and spurred criticism.
In a clip posted to Instagram on the weekend, the self-described witch, medium and exorcist said she had visited a “beautiful forest” the night before, before quickly adding “I am not sick” in a husky voice.
After participating in a ceremony with four other “priestesses” where she had confronted “Baal” at the “gates of hell,” Rose claimed she had a “ritual hangover”
“When I woke up the next morning my whole body ached, it felt like it had been beaten to a pulp, my neck, the pressure around the back of my neck and my skull felt like it had been snapped,” she said.
“My body felt broken and old and achy and stiff.”
One social media user indicated that the symptoms of Rose matched those of the coronavirus.
“Brah, you got COVID,” the person wrote.
Rose wrote back: “I couldn’t get COVID if you injected it into me”.
In the video she said: “Give me 12 hours and I will be fully recovered and I’ll have my voice back”.
Rose told her followers in a different post, “Don’t get tested” and “Don’t let the government near to you.”
A Rose spokeswoman told 7News if she had symptoms she wouldn’t hesitate to self-isolate.
“If Lizzy Rose was sick, if she had come into contact with anyone who had been sick, she would not under any circumstances travel anywhere and would isolate herself and her family to protect herself and the members of the general public,” the spokeswoman said.