H1N1 Watch: Florida Forced Quarantine For H1N1 Vaccination Refusal

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Leaked Documents from State of Florida enforcing forced quarantine for any that refuse vaccination. You can view the document here: http://www.scribd.com/doc/19348310/FL-Quarantine-to-Detention-Facility-Order-Apr-09-252

You may be asking yourself, how do I know this document is authentic? You can authenticate it by reviewing the statutes that it cites for authority. The document cites Chapters 382.0011 (4), (5), (6) and Chapter 252.36 (2) of Florida Statutes for their legal authority to do this. I will include the links for you to see the rules in black and white on the State of Florida website but I will also copy and paste them for your convenience. This is not a joke, forward to everyone you know.

Link To Florida Statutes that allow forced quarantine Chapter 382.0011 (paragraphs 4, 5, & 6):

Link To Florida Statutes that allow forced quarantine Chapter 252.36 (paragraph 2):

Actual Text if you don’t want to go to the State of Florida website:
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Chapter 386.0011 Paragraphs 4 – 6:
(4) Administer and enforce laws and rules relating to sanitation, control of communicable diseases, illnesses and hazards to health among humans and from animals to humans, and the general health of the people of the state.
(5) Cooperate with and accept assistance from federal, state, and local officials for the prevention and suppression of communicable and other diseases, illnesses, injuries, and hazards to human health.
(6) Declare, enforce, modify, and abolish quarantine of persons, animals, and premises as the circumstances indicate for controlling communicable diseases or providing protection from unsafe conditions that pose a threat to public health, except as provided in ss. 384.28 and 392.545-392.60.
(a) The department shall adopt rules to specify the conditions and procedures for imposing and releasing a quarantine. The rules must include provisions related to:
1. The closure of premises.
2. The movement of persons or animals exposed to or infected with a communicable disease.
3. The tests or treatment, including vaccination, for communicable disease required prior to employment or admission to the premises or to comply with a quarantine.
4. Testing or destruction of animals with or suspected of having a disease transmissible to humans.
5. Access by the department to quarantined premises.
6. The disinfection of quarantined animals, persons, or premises.
7. Methods of quarantine.

(b) Any health regulation that restricts travel or trade within the state may not be adopted or enforced in this state except by authority of the department.

Chapter 252.36 Paragraphs 2:
(2) A state of emergency shall be declared by executive order or proclamation of the Governor if she or he finds an emergency has occurred or that the occurrence or the threat thereof is imminent. The state of emergency shall continue until the Governor finds that the threat or danger has been dealt with to the extent that the emergency conditions no longer exist and she or he terminates the state of emergency by executive order or proclamation, but no state of emergency may continue for longer than 60 days unless renewed by the Governor. The Legislature by concurrent resolution may terminate a state of emergency at any time. Thereupon, the Governor shall issue an executive order or proclamation ending the state of emergency. All executive orders or proclamations issued under this section shall indicate the nature of the emergency, the area or areas threatened, and the conditions which have brought the emergency about or which make possible its termination. An executive order or proclamation shall be promptly disseminated by means calculated to bring its contents to the attention of the general public; and, unless the circumstances attendant upon the emergency prevent or impede such filing, the order or proclamation shall be filed promptly with the Department of State and in the offices of the county commissioners in the counties to which the order or proclamation applies.

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