Democrat Representative to Pennsylvania’s General Assembly for its 112th Legislative District Ken Smith is the Prime Sponsor of a bill, HB 492 (Emergency Health Powers Act,) that will force Pennsylvania’s residents to be vaccinated and submit to testing and “sampling” against diseases or face harsh criminal penalties.
The bill also requires that healthcare providers and pharmacists report a medical condition deemed epidemic, pandemic, or infectious and any unusual upticks in prescriptions.
Should you be one of the folks deemed to necessary to be informed on by the doctors or pharmacist, your healthcare provider or pharmacist must supply your name, address, date of birth, sex, race, municipality and county to the authorities.
The bill also gives the Commonwealth the ability to seize and ration healthcare products.
Under the “Control of Persons” section of the bill it grants the healthcare authorities the ability to invoke forced medical examinations and forced medical testing, (rights to judicial and quasi-judicial remedies are directly removed.) The bill also allows the healthcare authority to collect specimens from any person, animal or thing without permission and without a court order.
Failure to comply with the bill is a misdemeanor of the third degree and allows the government to quarantine the individual with or without a hearing depending on how severe the government views the risk.
You can read the full bill here.