In a shocking revelation, Ventura County in California just north of Los Angeles has announced that they, along with the entire state, are hiring thousands of “contact investigators” to storm the homes of COVID-infected people and remove them from their homes to place them in isolation centers.
During a briefing recently, Ventura County Public Health Officer Dr. Robert Levin told the media that the county would be moving people from their homes if these people were unable to self-isolate.
“We are beginning a program today which will certainly grow into something larger and larger,” Levin said, “and that is a community contact tracing program.”
Levin explained that the program will consist of “immediately isolating” people who are infect with the novel coronavirus. “As we do more testing, we will find more and more people who have COVID-19, and again, we’ll isolate every one of them and we’ll find every one of their contacts and we’ll make sure that they stay quarantined and we’ll check in with them every day.”
“Some of the people we find are going to have trouble being isolated. For instance, if they live in a home where there is only one bathroom and there are three or four other people living there, and those people don’t have COVID infection, we’re not going to be able to keep the person in that home. Every person who we’re isolating for instance needs to have their own bathroom.
“So we’ll be moving people like this into other kinds of housing that we have available.”
Just let that sink in for a moment. State and local officials in California — and last week, in Oregon — are making plans to forcibly remove people, including children, from their homes and placing them in coronavirus isolation detention centers. All in the name of “public health.” If this doesn’t send serious chills down your spine, there is seriously something wrong with you.
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