Ivanka Trump received her first jab of the coronavirus vaccine from Pfizer on Wednesday and took to social media encouraging her followers to get inoculated. She was vaccinated in her new home state of Florida where she moved after leaving Washington, D.C.

Breaking her social media silence since her father left the White House in January, the former presidential advisor posted on her Instagram a photo of herself in a tee shirt and denims getting the shot.

“Today, I got the shot!!! I hope that you do too,” 

“Thank you Nurse Torres !!!” she captioned the photo.

However, some of her fans were not pleased about this and voiced their discontent with comments of distrust over the vaccine, according to Fox News.

“Nope not putting that in my body,” one of her followers wrote.

“No thanks! With a 99% survival rate, I shall pass,” another said.

“Because of the 99.8% survival rate of a virus they’ve never identified? Anthony Fauci and Andrew Cuomo would be proud,” a fan added.

“Ugh. A vaccine for a HOAX?” replied another.

Meanwhile, QAnon conspiracy theorists have ridden on Ivanka's recent social media posts saying she had faked getting her Covid vaccine as well as accused her of photoshopping pics of herself getting the shot. The radicalised theorists claimed that Trump's daughter had actually staged the photo shoot where the nurse involved did not actually insert the syringe into her arm.

A tweet from Gillian McKeith read: “Cleverly hidden from the camera …”

McKeith noted how the nurse’s elbow obstructs the actual insertion of the needle.

An influential QAnon figure with 287,000 followers who goes by the handle, GhostEzra, posted on Telegram: “Ivanka posted she got the ‘shot’ not the COVID-19 vaccine. Did she actually get the shot? If she did, was it a B-12 shot. A flu shot? Hcq (Hydroxychloroquine)? Was she involved with (her husband Jared) Kushner? Is that really even her? ” Newsweek wrote.

QAnon has long been an extreme anti-vax movement with a huge number of its followers having previously pushed false claims on the vaccines. They strongly insisted that the Covid-19 vaccines would alter your DNA, turning people into homosexuals or transgender individuals.

IVANKA TRUMP Founder and CEO of Ivanka Trump Collection and Executive Vice President of Development and Acquisitions of The Trump Organization Ivanka Trump speaks onstage during Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit - Day 3 at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel on October 14, 2015 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Paul Morigi/Getty Images for Fortune/Time Inc)