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Bill To Expand CDC Powers, Mandate Vaccinations Through Federal Tracking Being Pushed By Establishment (H.R. 550)

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Dems are on a mission to strip your freedom away.

Democrats are now pushing a Bill that would expand the powers of the Centers for Disease Control and enable easier government tracking of vaccination statuses by violating HIPAA. Buried in this Bill is the ability to mandate a federal “vaccine passport” tied to a social credit score and a “carbon footprint ID“.

How do I know this? They talk about it on TV and then deny saying it later. Or they release huge fact sheets about their plans and the media ignores it completely.

Like the CDC’s plan to put everyone in camps called “Green Zones”. Yea, thats real.

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Read HR 550 in its entirety here.

Here are a few quick quotes:

Sec.2823. Immunization information system data modernization and expansion

(a)Expanding CDC and public health department capabilities

(1)In general The Secretary shall—

(A)conduct activities (including with respect to interoperability, population reporting, and bidirectional reporting) to expand, enhance, and improve immunization information systems that are administered by health departments or other agencies of State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments and used by health care providers; and

(B) award grants or cooperative agreements to the health departments, or such other governmental entities as administer immunization information systems, of State, local, Tribal, and territorial governments, for the expansion, enhancement, and improvement of immunization information systems to assist public health departments in—

(i)assessing current data infrastructure capabilities and gaps among health care providers to improve and increase consistency in patient matching, data collection, reporting, bidirectional exchange, and analysis of immunization-related information;

(ii)providing for the efficient enrollment and training of health care providers, including at pharmacies and other settings where immunizations are being provided, such as long-term care facilities, specialty health care providers, community health centers, Federally qualified health centers, rural health centers, organizations serving adults 65 and older, and organizations serving homeless and incarcerated populations;

(iii)improving secure data collection, transmission, bidirectional exchange, maintenance, and analysis of immunization information;

(iv)improving the secure bidirectional exchange of immunization record data among Federal, State, local, Tribal, and territorial governmental entities and non-governmental entities, including by—

(I)improving such exchange among public health officials in multiple jurisdictions within a State, as appropriate; and

(II)by simplifying and supporting electronic reporting by any health care provider;

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