Health Surveillance

NewCCHF Says, “End the Emergency Declarations and EUAs Since the Pandemic is Over”

CCHF Says, “End the Emergency Declarations and EUAs Since the Pandemic is Over”

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Reacting to President Biden’s statement that “the pandemic is over,” Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom releases the following statement from Twila Brase, CCHF’s president and co-founder: 

“President Biden said what we’ve all known is true for months. Government officials must take him at his word and end the emergency declarations..."

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CCHF responds to HHS Request on COVID MISINFORMATION

CCHF responds to HHS Request on COVID MISINFORMATION

The U.S. Surgeon General issued a Request for Information (RFI) on Covid MISINFORMATION and CCHF responded. We pointed to the government itself being the purveyor of DISINFORMATION. They asked for NAMES and we obliged: Fauci, NIH, Birx, President Biden, Pharm, CDC, etc. Our response is now part of the official public record of the RFI. Click this link to submit your own comments for this request no later than Monday, MAY 2, 2022.

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

PUBLISHED — CCHF's OpEd Opposing Nationwide Sharing of Cancer Data

ALPHA NEWS, April 12, 2022: Legislation to permit nationwide sharing of names, addresses, diagnoses, treatments, and other personal information of every Minnesota cancer patient is rapidly advancing in the Minnesota House. This private data, which has long been held securely within Minnesota borders, could soon be available to government officials in every state and the federal government.

ACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

ACTION ALERT — Tell Your Senator to Stop National Patient ID!

Congress is deciding right now whether to fund a National Patient ID – a single, federally-issued number that links all your medical records together. This “Unique Patient Identifier” has been prohibited for more than 20 years due to concerns about patient privacy, personal autonomy and the national security risks associated with centralized databases of personal information. Click here to send the key decisionmakers and your U.S. Senators a message asking them NOT to fund a National Patient ID.

ALERT: Stop Unique Patient Identifier

ALERT: Stop Unique Patient Identifier

Call/Write your representatives and ask them to STOP the Unique Patient ID and keep the UPI ban in place in the Appropriations Bill. Find your representative here:

Representatives | House — Representatives | house.gov

U.S. Senate — U.S. Senate: Contacting U.S. Senators

House Arrest and Ankle Monitors: New Symptoms of COVID-19?

House Arrest and Ankle Monitors: New Symptoms of COVID-19?

ST. PAUL, Minn. Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) is issuing a warning to Americans about heavy-handed pandemic enforcement and recommending people think twice about testing and choosing to participate in contact tracing.

Minnesota Dept. of Health Commissioner Responds to Surveillance Question

CCHF Sends Letters to all 130 MN Hospitals to Reject Health Surveillance

CCHF Sends Letters to all 130 MN Hospitals to Reject Health Surveillance

ST. PAUL, Minn. Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) sent letters addressed to the leadership of all 130 hospitals in the state of Minnesota. The letter reminds each CEO or administrator of their legal obligation to disregard the April 3rd Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) Notification Letter, which unlawfully demands that hospitals transfer detailed Admission, Discharge, and Transfer (ADT) data on all hospitalized patients to the government – with or without a COVID-19 diagnosis.

The CARES Act Creates Nationwide Health Surveillance System

The CARES Act Creates Nationwide Health Surveillance System

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF) releases the following statement from its president, Twila Brase, RN, PHN: “Congress just approved $500 million for the creation of a nationwide health surveillance system. While it is not clear exactly how this will look, this system is not a last-minute decision based on the current emergency..."

Minnesota Restricts Long-term Storage of Patient Prescription Data

Minnesota Restricts Long-term Storage of Patient Prescription Data

ST. PAUL, Minn. — A major change to Minnesota’s Prescription Monitoring Program (PMP) took place on January 1, 2020. The Minnesota Board of Pharmacy will no longer have access to four years of identifiable patient prescription data, which it had been using for research without patient consent. Going forward, the board will have diminishing amounts of data available for analysis and research. By 2022, only the past 12 months of patient prescription data will be stored, on a rolling basis.