Broward County Official Discusses Going Into Homes to Separate and Isolate People

May 19, 2020 in News, Video by RBN Staff


Source: Need To Know | National File

Bertha Henry, Broward Count administrator, Youtube 


Florida: Bertha Henry, a Broward County administrator, recently discussed a new Coronavirus proposal that, according to her, would involve tracing everyone’s movements, tracking with whom contact is made, going into private family homes and assisted-living facilities, and taking them into custody if anyone in authority says they are a threat to public health. All for the greater good, of course. -GEG


Broward County, Florida Administrator Bertha Henry recently discussed a new Coronavirus proposal “that would substantially increase not only the tracing but more testing and case management and isolation, for you, when we have to go into some of these ALF’s (assisted living facilities) and move people out or go into family homes like in some of these, where we’re going into some of these homes, and we have to separate an individual to isolate them they need, you know, we need to make sure that they get care, that they have food, that they have support to be isolated from their home or their family for that 14-day period.”

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