The State of New York can send you and your children into forced quarantine whether you’re sick or not
New York State has claimed the authority to force individuals into quarantine, even if they’re not sick.
An April 2022 update to The New York Codes, Rules, and Regulations, Section 2.13 Isolation and Quarantine Procedures of regulation 10 NYCRR 2.3, has given the NY Commissioner of Health “or appointed alternatives” the authority to push people into isolation and quarantine under “suspicion” of carrying a “highly communicable disease,” which includes the flu and common cold.
Any physician who encounters a “case or suspected case of a highly contagious reportable communicable disease” is required to “cause the patient to be appropriately isolated and contact the State Department of Health and the local health authority where the patient is isolated and, if different, the local health authority where the patient resides.”
Law enforcement, under this, will be used to force compliance with forced-quarantine orders.
They do not need to confirm that an individual is sick to ship them off to quarantine camps (read: detention centers.) This is fully their discretion now. As young as a newborn, or as old as 100, there are no limitations to whom can be subjected to this unjust treatment.
Ironically, the “right to privacy” between physician and patient which Roe v. Wade rested on and which liberals love to reference, is completely trampled by these New York State updates.
It’s not about your rights, it’s not about safety. It is about power and authority. Something which Democrats desperately try to expand at every turn as we progress towards totalitarianism.
As of July 8th, The New York Supreme Court has ruled in the favor of freedom. However, it is anticipated that Governor Hochul will appeal this decision, or perhaps outright ignore the Court.