November 10

COVID Plans Include Family Separation & Involuntary Quarantine in “Camps”

CDC calls for “isolation camps” as part of a “Shielding Plan”.
The plan subjects U.S. Citizens and residents who are deemed “high risk” for Covid-19 to be forcibly removed from their families and homes, and involuntarily isolated in guarded Camps.

  • The public first got wind of this impending nightmare on May 4, 2020, when Governor Gavin Newson of California announced that the “army” – his word – will start with a deployment of 3,000 and grow to the 20,000 mark to chase down who, what, where, and with whom COVID positive people have had connections: “the tracing component requires workforce and to identify individuals who tested positive…to ID their contacts (with privacy) and maybe quarantine individuals to stop the spread of the disease.”

In a video, Robert Levin, MD Health Officer / Medical Director of Ventura County, California, elaborated with details about the state’s plans — which included the forcible removal of people from their homes and the establishment of mass community contact tracing..

Robert Levin, MD

“There are going to be thousands of people hired who will be these contact investigators throughout the state. And this is occurring in many, many other states as well — perhaps all the states in our country. We will be giving intensive training to these people, training not only for identifying and finding contacts but also in terms of how to be sensitive about doing it.

The news reverberated on social media. Del Bigtree, of Informed Consent Action Network tweeted: “What would you do if your six year old son or daughter tested positive for Covid19 and was taken from your home to a quarantine center by Ventura Health Authorities?

Public outrage led Dr. Levin to retract his public statement and apologize, claiming his isolation plan was misunderstood.

  • While the mainstream media was silent, in August, Ohio governor Mike DeWine ordered the creation of FEMA isolation camps to quarantine • people who test positive for COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization but need isolation (including those discharged from hospitals) • people who have been exposed to COVID-19 who do not require hospitalization, and • Asymptomatic high-risk individuals needing social distancing as a precautionary measure. Elderly people and people with chronic medical conditions are considered “high risk”. [Before It’s News; SGT Report]


“Northern California county Judge Sarah Heckman ordered Gov. Gavin Newsom to stop issuing directives related to the coronavirus that might interfere with state law. She barred him “from exercising any power under the California Emergency Services Act which amends, alters, or changes existing statutory law or makes new statutory law or legislative policy.”   Read the full order at this link from (PDF).

The US government CDC plan, issued on July 26, 2020, calls for “isolation camps”

“This document presents considerations from the perspective of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC) for implementing the “shielding approach” which “aims to reduce the number of severe COVID-19 cases by limiting contact between individuals at higher risk of developing severe disease (“high risk”) and the general population.

“The shielding approach is intended to alleviate stress on the healthcare system and circumvent the negative economic consequences of long-term containment measures and lockdowns by protecting the most vulnerable.”

“While the shielding approach is not meant to be coercive, it may appear forced or be misunderstood in humanitarian settings.”

  • Older adults and people with serious underlying medical conditions are deemed “high-risk individuals.” Their human and civil rights will be summarily set aside.

High-risk individuals would be temporarily relocated to safe or ‘green zones’ established at the household, neighborhood, camp/sector or community level depending on the context and setting.1,2 

  • “They would have minimal contact with family members and other low-risk residents.”

“…implementation of the shielding approach necessitates strict adherence 1,6,7, to protocol… strict adherence to infection, prevention and control (IPC) measures.”

CDC acknowledges that:

  • “This approach has never been documented and has raised questions and concerns among humanitarian partners who support response activities in these settings.
  • The purpose of this document is to highlight potential implementation challenges of the shielding approach from CDC’s perspective and guide thinking around implementation in the absence of empirical data. Considerations are based on current evidence known about the transmission and severity of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and may need to be revised as more information becomes available.”

In the absence of evidence to substantiate that older people pose a “high risk” for anyone, except, possibly for themselves these draconian isolation measures are an outrageous violation of personal autonomy the civil rights. It is an example of government overreach.

Neither older adults nor people with non-communicable chronic conditions pose any medical or public health threat to others. If their interaction with others poses a health risk for themselves, they have a right to decide what steps they need to take to protect themselves.

CDC further acknowledges the known serious risks of separation of families — including violence:

  • “Even with community involvement, there may be a risk of stigmatization.”11,12 

  • “Isolation/separation from family members, loss of freedom and personal interactions may require additional psychosocial support structures/ systems.”

  • “In addition to the risk of stigmatization and feeling of isolation, this shielding approach may have an important psychological impact and may lead to significant emotional distress, exacerbate existing mental illness or contribute to anxiety, depression, helplessness, grief, substance abuse, or thoughts of suicide among those who are separated or have been left behind.”

  • “Separating families and disrupting and deconstructing multigenerational households may have long-term negative consequences.

    “Shielding strategies need to consider sociocultural gender norms in order to adequately assess and address risks to individuals, particularly women and girls. Restrictive gender norms may be exacerbated by isolation strategies such as shielding. At the household level, isolating individuals and limiting their interaction, compounded with social and economic disruption has raised concerns of potential increased risk of partner violence.

  • “Households participating in house swaps or sector-wide cohorting are at particular risk for gender-based violence, harassment, abuse, and exploitation as remaining household members may not be decision-makers or responsible for households needs.” [Highlights added by VS]

The meaning of CDC’s repeated reference to “humanitarian settings” is unclear! Nor is it clear which segments of the population are being targeted for “shielding” in “green zones”.

  • In September, CDC announced plans for “Protecting Children from Biologic Threats.”  Parents were instructed to prepare an emergency kit for their children who may be required to be separated from their family because they might have been exposed to COVID-19. The children would be housed overnight in FEMA quarantine camps! [Ohio Statehouse News

These dictatorial, extreme measures are being imposed as coercive, psychological weapons to prevent freedom of movement, freedom of assembly, and freedom to exchange uncensored information in a democratic society.

The forced isolation measures and removal of family members to quarantine ghettoes are a militant move toward the imposition of a totalitarian regime.

  • Detailed quarantine plans for incarceration have been crafted by the several governments:

In Canada as elsewhere, the death toll is highest among elderly people living in long-term care facilities and staff members. City News reported on November 10, 2020 that in Ontario, the death toll is 3,260; of these, 2,080 were living in long-term care facilities.

Canadian data has shown that certain racialized groups are over-represented in areas with a higher COVID-19 case rate. These include Black, South Asian, Southweast Asian, and Latin American people whose most common occupations include factory workers, retail or customer service representatives and health care-related occupations.

Randy HIllier MP

Randy Hillier, an Independent member of Provincial Parliament, publicly exposed Canada’s plan to build COVID ‘isolation camps. His Request for Information documents from the service provider revealed that Public Health Agency Canada is currently managing 11 designated quarantine sites across Canada; that quarantines will last for 14 days, and that guards will enforce the quarantines “24 x 7”.

Hillier revealed publicly that the ‘isolation camps’ are not limited only to people with COVID-19; he asked who else the government plans to detain? At that point his microphone was turned off and his voice was silenced.

Canada’s mainstream media attacked Hillier, accusing him of disseminating “disinformation” and posting “completely false conspiracy theories.”

 New Zealand’s COVID-19 Quarantine ‘Camps’ Are The End of Personal Freedom


New Zealand now has Quarantine Camps: “mandatory quarantine will apply to both new cases and, if necessary, close family members who might be at risk” with forced removal from your home if you do not comply Video 

To appreciate the insanity behind these incarceration plans, it is instructive to know the nature and extent of “the threat” — which has no bearing on the tyrannical measures being crafted.

New Zealand’s population is just under 5 million. According the NZ government Ministry of Health’s database, as of 9:00 AM November 4th, there were a total of 1,615 confirmed Covid-19 cases and 356 probable cases.

  • Of these 1,971 COVID cases, 1,873 recovered. The total number of deaths is 25. The current number of active cases is 73 – none are hospitalized.


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