Covid conspiracy theorist runs support group for anti-vax NHS staff

Revealed: Covid conspiracy theorist runs support group offering legal advice to NHS staff who are refusing to get vaccinated

  • Kerry Bishop, 62, runs a ‘confidential free self help support group’  on Facebook
  • She claims that Covid-19 does not exist and describes herself as a ‘truth-ist’ 
  • She claims her son suffered side effects from the vaccine, which he denies  

A support group offering legal advice to NHS staff and other workers who are refusing to get a Covid jab is run by a conspiracy theorist who claims the virus is a hoax.

Kerry Bishop, 62, operates Helping Hands, a self-styled ‘confidential free self help support group’ which has 7,000 followers on its Facebook page.

The gift shop owner from Wales claims she has been ‘flooded’ with emails from NHS workers who are refusing to have the vaccine and risk losing their job in April when new rules come in that require all healthcare staff be double-jabbed. 

Kerry Bishop, 62, operates Helping Hands, a self-styled ‘confidential free self help support group’ which has 7,000 followers on its Facebook page, picture posed by model

Helping Hands provides template letters for staff to send to employers claiming that forcing them to have a jab goes against their human rights. 

It also provides letters for parents to send to schools claiming their children are exempt from testing on mental health grounds.

But The Mail on Sunday can reveal that Ms Bishop is an ardent anti-vaxxer who questions the very existence of coronavirus. 

In a Facebook post last September, she wrote: ‘If they cannot prove there is a virus how can it be a risk? And there is no proof to date – there is actually a $1,000,000 reward for the first person to prove it exists.’

She also alleged her son Kyle, 34, has suffered blood clots and heart problems due to his three jabs but he tells The MoS this is false.

Last night, Ms Bishop said: ‘I am not a conspiracy theorist, I am a truth-ist. I help people with the law and I point out their rights. Helping Hands is purely unbiased.’

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