CDC building ‘police state’ registry system to track your vaccination status
Imagine a world in which the government has free access to your private medical records for the purpose of ensuring your compliance with official vaccination mandates. The United States is on the cusp of such tyranny with an Immunization Information Systems (IIS) program currently being built by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) that will make your vaccination status available to health authorities, healthcare providers and “other authorized stakeholders.”
The CDC describes the program as a system of “confidential, population-based, computerized databases that record all immunization doses administered by participating providers to persons residing within a given geopolitical area.” In other words, it’s a vast network of tracking systems that keep tabs on who’s getting jabbed in accordance with official guidelines and who’s choosing to opt for natural immunity instead.
As explained by The Greater Good documentary writer and director Leslie Manookian, IIS is a vaccine registry system designed to identify and track areas of so-called “undervaccination” for which intervention by government jackboots is necessary to achieve certain vaccination targets — in this case, that means a 95 percent or higher vaccination rate across the country.
In its infancy, the program was essentially an opt-in system, at least at the individual state level, where parents could choose to have their children’s vaccination status voluntarily entered into the system. Over time, it evolved into an opt-out program where parents had to request that their children’s vaccination status not be tracked in government databases, and it now appears that the program has expanded even further to be a mandatory tracking system.
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