quarantineJosh Gerstein
Politico.com

The Obama administration is quietly dusting off an effort to impose new federal quarantine regulations, which were vigorously resisted by civil liberties organizations and the airline industry when the rules were first proposed by the Bush administration nearly four years ago. 

White House officials aren’t saying what their rules might ultimately require. But the previous administration proposed giving the federal government the authority to order a “provisional quarantine” of three business days — or up to six calendar days — for those suspected of having swine flu or other illnesses listed in a presidential executive order. 

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BarbBarb’s note:

Have I stressed strongly enough that we need to STORE FOOD?

Go to my Surviving the Middle Class Crash site HERE to learn the basics about food storage. While you are there, peruse the site to gain all sorts of tips regarding growing your own food and making the transition to self-sufficiency. If you have any questions, contact me from the site and I will do my best to locate the information if I do not have it already.

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2 Responses to “Washington quietly mulls new quarantine regulations – do you have enough food stored?”

  1. maria says:

    Many informations in Depopulation section – Swine flu – Martial law – translate in french.

    Send to all your family and friends

    Maria
    marialerouxi.aceboard.fr

  2. Verena says:

    Do most of us not have enough food stored for six days? It might not be fun to live on beans, rice and canned goods, but it won’t kill us.