Contact Tracing, Testing, Forced Quarantine in Idaho
Contact Tracing, Testing and ultimately forced Quarantine are the next big step, we are told, to opening up the economy. Governor Little placed the state of Idaho in a state of extreme emergency and implemented IC 46-601 placing the entire state under martial law. Data gathered since March 26, 2020, reflects that the COVID-19 illness accounts for the death of one person a day in Idaho. Using this current data, it’s hard to consider that Idaho is under an extreme emergency situation (other than the one created by Governor Little’s reaction to COVID-19).
However, Governor Little IGNORING the statistical data announced Idaho will invest $7 million from the federal CARES Act to expand its contact-tracing capabilities, with plans to employ 255 contact tracers statewide to test and trace citizens of Idaho.
The lack of privacy should be of great concern to every American. Parents are especially alarmed by the CDC comments that there would need to be ‘social services’ to wrap around to those who are contacted, tested, and confirmed positive.
Miste Karlfeldt, of Health Freedom Idaho, discusses these concerns with Attorney Colton Boyles of Boyles Law. Together they hope to empower parents by giving them the legal tools to make fundamental decisions for their families. They hope to inspire We The People to stand firm on their natural rights which are protected by the Constitution.
Gov. Brad Little announced Idaho will invest $7 million from the federal CARES Act to expand its contact-tracing capabilities, with plans to employ 255 contact tracers statewide. https://www.idahopress.com/eyeonboise/the-future-of-contact-tracing-in-idaho-link-to-full-story/article_736df2a1-687b-592c-b8d6-f92f84d77e21.html
The CDC Contact tracing manual calls on state health departments to provide ‘social services’ support to families that might not have the resources to quarantine in a single room in the house. Single parents and those living in generational living situations are the targets of social service support which could include the removal of uninfected children from the home by social services. (page 37)
Contact Tracing and YOUR KIDS!
The COVID Tracing Manual for Idaho proposes creating five priority levels for testing. At the top of the pyramid is health care workers who have COVID symptoms and residents of nursing homes. At the next level are the inmates and employees of the state’s correctional facilities.
Governor Brad Little says the state needs to also step up its contact tracing abilities. He says Idaho is on its way to having 500 people as CONTACT TRACERS.