NY Rockland County first in nation to declare medical martial law, banning unvaccinated children from public places

Update:

Hallelujah!

On Friday afternoon, April 5, 2019, calling it “arbitrary and capricious,” the New York State Supreme Court struck down Rockland County’s “medical martial law” declared by county executive Ed Day, a former police officer. See the full news story here. (H/t Vivian Lee)

NBC4 New York reports that on March 26, 2019, Rockland County, New York, declared a state of emergency, banning children younger than 18 who are unvaccinated against measles from public places, until they receive the measles, mumps and rubella vaccine. Anyone found in violation could face six months in jail and/or a $500 fine. Those unable to be vaccinated for documented and confirmed medical reasons are exempt from the ban.

The New York Times reports that the ban “will be enforced retroactively, with parents facing up to six months in jail or a fine of up to $500, or both, if they are found to have allowed unvaccinated children in public spaces.

The emergency declaration defines “public places” as “a place where more than 10 persons are intended to congregate for purposes such as civic, governmental, social, or religious functions, or for recreation or shopping, or for food or drink consumption, or awaiting transportation, or for daycare or educational purposes, or for medical treatment. A place of public assembly shall also include public transportation vehicles, including but not limited to, publicly or privately owned buses or trains, but does not include taxi or livery vehicles.”

Law enforcement will not be patrolling or asking for vaccination records but those found to be in violation will be referred to the Rockland County District Attorney’s Office.

The ban went into effect at midnight, March 27, 2019, and will expire in 30 days.

Rockland County Executive Ed Day, a Republican and former NYPD and Baltimore police officer, said at a press conference: “We believe this to be the first such effort of this kind nationally and the circumstances we face here clearly call for that. Rockland will lead the way in service and safety to the people here.”

The reason? A local outbreak of measles affecting residents in Spring Valley, New Square and Monsey, which has entered its 26th week — the longest since the disease was eradicated in the United States in 2000, according to New York officials. As of March 19, there were 153 confirmed cases.

Day said the outbreak started after seven unvaccinated travelers with measles entered the county early last October. Although unvaccinated students were asked not to attend school, still county officials have been met with “pockets of resistance” from people unwilling to comply with health department advice and this played a part in the decision to enact a ban.

Measles is a highly contagious disease, transmitted by airborne particles, droplets and direct contact with the respiratory secretions of an infected person. Those at highest risk for severe complications include young children, the immuno-compromised and non-immune pregnant women.

Measles typically presents in adults and children as an acute viral illness characterized by fever and generalized rash. The rash usually starts on the face, proceeds down the body and may include the palms and soles. The rash lasts several days. Infected individuals are contagious from 4 days before rash onset through the 4th day after the rash appears. Those who are ill with a fever, rash, or conjunctivitis (red watery eyes) are urged to stay home, not have visitors and not go out in public. The Rockland Health Department said individuals who have symptoms consistent with measles should contact their health care provider, a local clinic or local emergency department before going in person to prevent exposing the illness to others.

Rockland officials encourage everyone, not just children, to be up-to-date with the MMR vaccine to help protect them in case of any future exposure to measles in Rockland.

H/t Natural News and Vivian Lee

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melthemean
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“Day said the outbreak started after seven unvaccinated travelers with measles entered the county early last October.”

From the CDC website: Measles was declared eliminated (absence of continuous disease transmission for greater than 12 months) from the United States in 2000. This was thanks to a highly effective vaccination program in the United States.

Why do some people seem unable to connect these dots?

William
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William

This is horrifying. When I was a kid everybody got measles, you got over it, and then you had lifelong immunity. 153 cases is nothing and I would be willing to bet that “patient zero” of this “epidemic” had already been vaccinated with the MMR, which, by the way, confers only limited and short-term immunity. At best. Imaginary danger from Infectious disease is a very effective way to stampede the people and keep the skeer up. Because it’s invisible. They have been laying plans for this for a long time, look up the Epidemic Intelligence Service. After the 9/11 movie… Read more »

DCG
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Yep. I had the MMR vaccination and still got measles.

“Unvaccinated travelers.”

Gee, I wonder where they came from…/sarc

William
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William

The H1N1 scare a few years back never materialized as an epidemic, just garden-variety seasonal flu, the same that occurs year in and year out. There were a few “clusters” such as the 700 cases that abruptly occurred at Bates College in Maine. An article I read stated “Bates was recently the site of an intensive vaccination campaign”. The irony was lost on them. But just a coincidence anyway, nothing to see here

sixlittlerabbits
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sixlittlerabbits

They came from Israel.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

yeah, they like to push the false belief that anyone who isn’t vaccinated is a “carrier”. Well, the ones who are (in theory) would have nothing to worry about. In practice they don’t work a lot of times. But they DO generate a lot of revenue.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Yep, when I grew up EVERYBODY got Measles. NOBODY died. In fact, once you are infected you don’t get it again. Reading people’s reactions to stuff like this tells me that they haven’t a clue how vaccines work or the theory of immune systems.

These vaccines don’t “eliminate diseases”. They “bolster” one’s defenses to them. So, if everyone is “immune” the disease agent still exists. In fact, those considered “immune” still react, it is just such a reduced reaction that it is largely unnoticed.

Alma
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Alma

If the hoards of illegal aliens were not allowed to cross into the United States from Mexico, everyday at about one thousand, coupled with unvaccinated students, we wouldn’t be experiencing the outbreaks of mumps, measles, skin rashes, pink eye, etc. In those backward countries diseases are endemic of their regions and hygiene is not accessible. We did not experienced outbreaks for the longest time, It is a must to stop illegal entry and we will see a decline in outbreaks, yes, I believe in vaccinations but at the same time we should not be treated as guinea pigs.

CalGirl
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CalGirl

Thank you, Alma, for bringing this up. How can we be so fanatic about our kids’ vaccines when we require NOTHING of illegals coming up over our borders, many of them enrolling kids in school for several weeks before they are called in by the school nurse to be excluded until shots are achieved? I also once had an (illegal) student in my classroom for 3 periods a day who had active TB. I was NOT notified until the end of the year and the student was no longer “mine.” Of course, I took a TB test…..but, why was I,… Read more »

Glenn47
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Glenn47

If anything the hoardes crossing our boarder illegally is the problem, not healthy people that families have lived here forever. They have found disease being brought into this country include TB, and dozens of other deadly diseases. None of which originated here. That is where the idiots should start.
This is just another excuse to control us. Heaven only knows what drug they want to try on us next.

Dave Hardesty
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Dave Hardesty

So are parents going to be required to carry their child’s vaccination papers to surrender to law enforcement queries about their child’s vaccinations when they are stopped in public places? “Your papers please.” “Uh I only have a pipe.” “Then you had better come with me. Schnell”

the Postman
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For anyone who’s still undecided on the vaccination safety issue, consider that when one side of an argument consistently avoids having a fair and open debate–despite it being the opportunity of a lifetime to show the entire world who’s right and who’s wrong–while simultaneously repeating the horrifically unscientific mantra, “the science is settled,” then you can rest assured in knowing on which side the truth really lies. Just in the past six month or so the vaccine establishment has twice demonstrated its cowardice in refusing to participate in a fair and open debate on the subject of vaccine safety. In… Read more »

m walker
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m walker

“Unless we put medical freedom into the Constitution, the time will come when medicine will organize into an undercover dictatorship to restrict the art of healing to one class of Men and deny equal privileges to others; the Constitution of the Republic should make a Special privilege for medical freedoms as well as religious freedom.” ― Benjamin Rush, signer Declaration of Independence

CalGirl
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CalGirl

The waning Weimer Republic in Germany just before the advent of Hitler, held that (I paraphrase) “If we control the public health of our people, we control them absoutely into the ages.”)

William
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William

Mandating any kind of medical “treatment” is medical fascism. It began in earnest in the age of AIDS. A case in point, I had a client whose twelve YO daughter she walked in on in bed with a 14 YO boy. The boy fled out the window and since she was already under the microscope of DCF – child “protective” services – she went by the book and brought her daughter to the ER, rape kit, all of that. The “Dr.”, as a precaution, prescribed combivir, which contains azidothymidine (AZT). If you don’t know, AZT is a nucleoside analog, a… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

How interesting, and sad. Many of us (myself included) have a desire to believe that medical professionals and other providers will take the “high road” and only prescribe what their training and sense demands. In fact, I find that isn’t the case. Most medical doctors will do whatever the “common practice” is at the time, regardless of indications to the contrary. To do otherwise is to risk possible lawsuits and insurance company rejections. I think that’s how things like the vaccine industry leverage their products. I know, for example, that in medical school they are taught about how the human… Read more »

William
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William

Doctors have their standard of care guidelines that they have to follow to avoid liability. They have latitude for exercising their own discretion though. Mostly the guidelines are for CYA. I remember the case of Destiny Hager, I believe 3 YO when she began “acting out” and becoming agitated, probably, in retrospect due to brain inflammation induced by mega-vaccine administration. I’ve seen it many times, kids get their vaccines and suddenly develop “disruptive behavior disorders”. So the family consulted a psychiatrist (big mistake) who prescribed 600 mg of seroquel. And Destiny died. There was an inquest, the “Dr.” said, correctly,… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

One of my daughters is autistic. She’s forty-eight and lives with us. That’s how she started. Got vaccinated and developed a fever and we were off to the races.

We’ve had the medication approach used that you describe. We finally weaned her off all that with medical marijuana and she doesn’t use anything anymore.

the Postman
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Great comment! The following which you may find interesting was extracted/re-formatted from past comments I had made elsewhere… IMO, the treatment for AIDS, like cancer, diabetes and mental illness follows an iatrogenic model in which fear is exploited in order to draw the patient/victim into the controlled environment of the healthcare system where the real damage is done by the treatment itself.** This model works because few persons would actually suspect foul-play if, for example, a person who thought that he might have AIDS is actually diagnosed with it. If you have reason to suspect that you may have AIDS,… Read more »

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Well, I think I understand what you’re saying. I was treated for cancer a few years ago. The elements are similar. One has to “trust” their care givers. Of course their care providers are also trapped within a narrowly controlled system too. I’m not sure that it doesn’t “need” to be carefully controlled, but it is. So much of life is like this. First we have faith that things are as they’re described. This often is not the case. Sometimes it is simply ignorance and/or arrogance, sometimes it is deliberate. Even within those confines I am loathe to declare EVERYTHING… Read more »

the Postman
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“The elements are similar.” One of the common elements seems to be the pressure to allow treatment. “Even within those confines I am loathe to declare EVERYTHING within those boundaries to be alike. For example, “some” HIV treatment may conform to your description, others may not.” I agree. I just don’t know for sure at this point. That said, it’s kind of a moot point because the model may actually work regardless. I just have a feeling from what I’ve learned along the way that with HIV, the fraud or fake instances may be a much more significant percentage of… Read more »

William
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William

Just reading your comment before lights out. It’s important to note that when AIDS was first described it was confined to that subset of extremely promiscuous recklessly hedonistic drug-abusing homosexuals know as “fast-trackers”. Hence Gay related Immune deficiency syndrome (GRIDS). It only expanded due to the several redefinitions, the first redef in 1987 included muscle wasting and lymphoma and severe anemia as defining conditions, all “side effects” of AZT which was also approved for use in 1987. I downloaded AZT side effects – 30 pages. It’s all side effects. The next redef, AIDS 93, included invasive cervical cancer because not… Read more »

the Postman
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Again, great comment. In your opinion, could the side effects caused by AZT then be taken as confirmation of the original HIV diagnosis, possibly also signaling a progression of the disease condition resulting in an increase in AZT treatment?

William
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William

Of course. Whatever side effects the so-called ARV’s caused were simply re-branded as AIDs-defining conditions. Win-win. In the early days they used massive doses, 1500 mg/day and after a few months people just died, including all the high-profile cases. Arthur Ashe the tennis pro died of AZT toxicity, no question. The nutritionist Gary Null begged him to discontinue it but Ashe said he didn’t want to disappoint his doctors. So, buh-bye. Ryan White, the kid with hemophilia immortalized by Elton John (Candle in the Wind) died of internal bleeding and AZT causes internal bleeding. There isn’t much that it doesn’t… Read more »

the Postman
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It’s interesting that you mention that about Africa because another big red flag for me was that, at some point, the CIA was declaring the AIDS crisis in Africa to be a “national security threat” to which I thought, “Say whut?” I can’t recall under which President that happened… Only adding to my suspicions was finding too that the organizations at Cold Spring Harbor on Long Island had begun to focus their attention on AIDS (and the same is true for the famous scientific community of Los Alamos, NM). As you likely know, Cold Spring Harbor was the pseudo-scientific epicenter… Read more »

Larry
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Larry

I’m pro vaccination, but I can’t help but wonder what happened to the mantra of the left I have heard since 1973; “It’s my body, keep government out of my health decisions.”

Lophatt
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Lophatt

There you go with that “consistency” stuff again. Consistency of thought will ruin a Bolshevik.

TrailDust
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Wow! NY is in tight competition for the most insane politicians in an American state.

William
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William

My money is on Massachusetts. Slam dunk. Mass politicians are just better at faking sanity and hiding their crazy. New England reserve. NY you have AOC-types, obvious to anyone she went around the bend long ago

Lophatt
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Lophatt

I’m with you. Massachusetts is the proverbial favorite. It has staying power.

Pat
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Pat

Lots of unvaccinated Orthodox Jews in Rockland who are sure to challenge this unless they are given special accommodations.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Of course. They’ll only let them out on Saturdays.

Pat
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Pat

The epicentre of the outbreak is the Orthodox Jewish enclave of Rockland County where vaccinations are strictly non-Kosher.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

Never mistake the rancher for the cattle.

Lophatt
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Lophatt

They always have been the gift that keeps on giving.

Dania
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Dania

This is medical tyranny. Quite frightening really.
This a great way to CAUSE an outbreak. People shed the virus after vaccination. Vaccinated people still get the measles. Self fulfilling “outbreak.” 0.1 – 0.2 % of those infected with measles die. More people die from adverse vaccine events than the disease itself.
People who catch the wild virus are immune for life and pass that immunity on. MMR vaccine is NOT lifetime immunity.
Again, this is medical tyranny and a slippery slope.

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