Code Red: Our Medical Privacy is Under Attack
the CDC is using disease codes to track the "undervaccinated"
In January, the CDC updated guidelines for COVID-19 underimmunization codes.
That’s right. ICD-10 codes are International Classification of Disease codes based on your C-19 shot compliance. Your vaccine refusal, to any degree, is being equated with disease status and being recorded in “the system”.
According to Dr. Malone:
Let me be even more specific, Code Number Z28.310 listed above is not a code for an illness or diagnosis, but rather for non-compliance of a medical procedure. This is an invasion of our right to privacy. There must be choice and that choice must be private.
Once a person’s vaccination status is coded and uploaded into large data base, it can be accessed by government and private health insurers alike. The administrative state officers at the CDC have not made immunization status a reportable disease (yet) but immunization status is listed as one of the reasons for mandatory reporting. They are just one step away from being able to collect this information without your permission. Ergo: vaccine passports made easy…
The truth is that this information, under law, is not to be shared. The Privacy Act of 1974 should ensure this, but during the COVID-19 vaccine mandates, it did not. Children were not protected from this information being shared with schools. Employees were not protected when employers had the “right” to demand vaccination status information. College students were required to be vaccinated and show proof of vaccination. So, despite there being laws on the books, these laws were and still are being repeatedly broken. I think that in the case of immunization status, the government will have issues with continuing to break the blinds on our health care records. This is not over.
If you don’t believe our medical privacy will be abused, think again.
Teachers in New York City who refused C-19 shots were flagged with “problem codes.” This information, along with their fingerprints, were sent to the FBI.
If you think your medical privacy matters, you haven’t been paying attention.
We already can start to see signs of Alzheimers many, many decades potentially before a person starts manifesting a condition. Do they want to know?
And if they don’t want to know…should other people have the ability to know? Should an insurance company be able to have choices about whether to cover them? Should an employer have access to that information to make decisions about whether they are somebody that they ought to employ?
Globalists are steering this in a very clear direction.
Just a gentle reminder that there’s more of us than them…