Washington State Proposes Involuntary Covid Detention

January 10, 2022 in News by RBN Staff




Source: Need To Know | Gateway Pundit, Washington State Law and Krem.com

The Washington State Board of Health is considering expanding a set of health laws and procedures for involuntary detainment to include people who have or are suspected of having Covid-19. The Board of Health also proposes adding Covid-19 vaccines to the state’s vaccine list for minor children, K-12. The Board of Health already requires 11 vaccines. – Need To Know News


Summary by JW Williams


Involuntary Covid Detention Camps

The Washington State Board of Health has a set of existing laws and procedures established in 1990, Chapter 246-100-40 WAC, that includes involuntary detention for communicable diseases such as HIV and tuberculosis. Washington is considering expanding the laws to include the Covid protocol for people who have Covid or are suspected of having Covid. The provision includes giving power to local health officers to issue an emergency detention order causing a person or group to be involuntarily detained for purposes of isolation or quarantine. The provision allows the use of police to enforce involuntary detention. The involuntary emergency detention order may last up to 10 days unless health officials obtain a court order for “continued isolation or quarantine to prevent a serious and imminent threat to the health and safety of others” that is supposed to end after 30 days.

Washington’s Democrat Governor Jay Inslee is currently hiring a “strike team” to run the quarantine facilities. “Isolation & quarantine strike team consultants” will earn $3,294 to $4,286 monthly for their services, according to a description posted in September at governementjobs.com, confirming the state’s plans for Covid encampment in Centralia.

There is concern that the unvaccinated will be targeted. Australia and Canada have already rolled out similar ‘Covid camps’.

Most of the population in Washington has been vaccinated: out of a total population of 7,705,281 people, at least 76% has received at least one vaccine dose, while 68% of Washington’s population has been fully vaccinated. But the number of patients hospitalized for Covid-infection has been surging, showing that the vaccines are ineffective.

In 2020, we reported on a proposal by the CDC for Covid concentration camps:  https://needtoknow.news/2020/11/cdc-proposes-concentration-camps-in-america-plans-to-invade-homes-and-separate-families/

Mandatory Experimental Covid Vaccines for Children

The Washington State Board of health is  also considering adding the Covid-19 vaccine to the state’s vaccine list that already has 11 required vaccines. The policy would force parents to have their children vaccinate their children with an experimental gene therapy injection or have their children be denied access to education. A survey showed that 41% of a sample of Washington residents strongly supported the idea while 27% were strongly opposed.

There will be a public meeting for both issues on January 12 via Zoom.


Gateway Pundit:   https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2022/01/bill-filed-washington-authorize-strike-force-involuntarily-detain-unvaccinated-families-already-set-internment-camps/

Existing law Chapter 246-100-40 WAC:   https://apps.leg.wa.gov/WAC/default.aspx?cite=246-100-040

Krem.com:    https://www.krem.com/article/news/health/coronavirus/washington-state-board-of-health-consider-covid-19-vaccine-requirement-for-k-12-students/293-8205e944-792d-485d-89c7-2ac69becbb60