Militarization of Global Health: Forced Quarantine
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Then we have this 42 CFR, which is basically the Federal Regulation 70.6. This is the Apprehension of detention of persons with quarantinable communicable diseases.
So, the director may authorize apprehension, medical examination, quarantine, isolation, or conditional release of any individual for the purpose of preventing the introduction, transmission, and spread of quarantinable communicable diseases as specified by executive order based on a finding that the individual, and there are two conditions, either the individual is reasonably believed (so you don’t even have to test if they are) to be infected with a quarantinable communicable disease in a qualifying stage and is moving to or about to move from a state to another state.
So, you see where the federal government has to be very careful. They can’t just come in and tell the states that they can take control of their citizens. It always has to do with the stream of interstate commerce, and so, you can see that they’re saying if this person has got this disease and they’re moving or about to move, not exactly sure you would know how they’re about to unless they’re about to get on a plane or something, but otherwise, I would think checkpoints in between states. I’m not exactly sure how they’re going to identify people that are moving, but I would think interstate travel of any kind would be applicable there.
Or the individual is reasonably believed to be infected with a quarantinable communicable disease in a qualifying stage and constitutes a probable source of infection to other individuals who may be moving from state to interstate.
Now, this is the problem, because now you don’t have an individual who’s moving state to state, you just have an individual who is believed, not confirmed, believed to be infected, and they’re a probable source of infection to other individuals who may be moving.
So, basically, this is carte blanche, right? We were trying to keep it interstate commerce, but then we came down here and we said we, if we believe someone to be affected with a quarantinable disease, and they are a probable source of infection to other people who may be moving, so they don’t even have to be moving, it doesn’t even have to be them, it just has to be that they are interacting with people that could be moving, well that is everybody.
We are all potentially in society talking and dealing with people at any time that it could potentially be traveling interstate in our 50 states.
The director will arrange for adequate food, water, appropriate accommodation, appropriate medical treatment, necessary communication measures, are apprehended and held in quarantine or isolation under this part.
So, this is the ability for the United States federal government to quarantine, isolate people under the Health Services Act, and these communicable diseases are authorized by executive order.
So, what executive orders have come up under this? In 2003- SARS. 2005- Influenza, 2014- Asymptomatic SARS, meaning you don’t even have to even have any actual symptoms. And then in 2021, Biden added measles.
Asymptomatic means you have no symptoms of a severe acute respiratory syndrome.
So, I just need people to understand the degree of authority that the federal government has when there is a public health emergency. It is really unfettered. There are no parameters. You can be reasonably suspected, you don’t even have to be confirmed, and you can be reasonably expected to be interacting with people that are traveling. The broadest interpretation is essentially “anybody, anytime, anywhere.”