How test and trace actually works. Even your dog can’t go anywhere near you.

Once you test positive, you will be isolated.

That is 100% isolated.

You don’t need to show any symptoms.

Same goes for quarantine.

You only need to be in a restaurant where a tested ‘case’ visited.

If you have kids, social services will be called to handle your kids, if you have no other way to do that.

Quarantine means 14 days since last contact.  There are no maximum number of days you could be quarantined.

The tracer will contact you if you’ve been near a case, ask you to go through your phone, your flight numbers, movies, restaurants, hotels.  Everyone who was at the movie, restaurant, train, work will be contacted and quarantined.

Everyone will be quarantined.  Again and again and again, even though you are healthy and have no symptoms.

If you do not comply with a quarantine request to isolate, you will be contacted by the Police and fined up to $2000 per day.

Every family will have a family support assistant from the government.

If people refuse, there will be compulsion.  Your privacy is null and void.

Other health measures can be enforced – medication, including vaccines.

There is no privacy of health information.  Police have access to your health information.

The state can take control of your body, your house, all your property if you test positive.

State can get a needle plunged in your arm at a doctor’s office.




2 Responses to “How test and trace actually works. Even your dog can’t go anywhere near you.”

  1. sovereigntea says:

    Do I smell a rodent 🙂

    BREAKING NEWS – MSM Publishes article questioning the narrative.

    Are they going to tell the truth the whole truth and nothing but the truth ? Or merely checking public opinion testing previous psychological operations for effect and public mood vis a vis potential for policy and future manipulation.

    Britain DUPED on COVID-19: We’ve been completely misled on coronavirus figures – COMMENT
    THERE are known knowns. These are things we know that we know. There are known unknowns. That is to say, there are things that we know we don’t know. But there are also unknown unknowns. There are things we don’t know we don’t know.
    By Paul Baldwin
    PUBLISHED: 14:26, Fri, Aug 21, 2020 | UPDATED: 15:09, Fri, Aug 21, 2020

  2. Alan Vaughn says:

    Even with all that the stupid sheeple will still volunteer their servitude to these tyrants without asking even a single question. That’s the terrifying part! It’s not the unelected bureaucrats or even Bill Gates we need to fear, it’s our neighbours and workmates who all gleefully comply with these unconstitutional edicts (which will, very likely and soon, be revealed as illegal), who are unwittingly destroying us, with their pathetic cowardice.

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