Summary Of Florida’s Anti-Medical Freedom Laws
Want the proof Florida’s laws don’t support medical freedom?
People have been asking for it. So here it is.
Here’s a summary of some of the anti-medical freedom laws in Florida.
Florida Statute 381.00315 (Public Health Forced Treatement Law) - Allows the State Health Officer to order anyone to be quarantined, isolated, examined, tested or treated for public health during a public health emergency - and allows law enforcement to be used.
Florida Statute 381.026 (Patient’s Bill Of Rights)/408.823 (New “No Patient Left Alone Act”) - Florida’s Patient’s Bill Of Rights provides a right to decline treatments that is subject to the law. So a patient could be denied the right to decline a treatment (especially in the case of forced vaccines).
The Patient’s Bill Of Rights also provides a right to have an advocate with you for medical treatments - but facilities can deny access if they deem having the advocate with the patient dangerous.
Even under the new “No Patient Left Alone Act” there are still many cases where a patient could be denied access to a loved one in medical treatments. Also those accessing the patient could be required to do unreasonable things to see the patient.
Florida Statute 760 (Florida’s Anti-Discrimination Law) - While Florida’s anti-discriminaton statute protects many classes of persons in work, housing and other public accommodations no discrimination protection is provided based on vaccine status. Unvaccinated can be treated differently.
Florida Statute 768.381 (Covid-19 Healthcare Liability) - Under this law medical providers can escape liability by treating with CDC protocols. This provides the wrong incentives. Many doctors have stated they think this liability protection is leading to death.
NOTE: While legal issues are discussed this is education and is not legal advice. It is not a substitute for the advice of an attorney. Please consult your own attorney on your situation and to get legal advice about your circumstances. Courts are unpredictable may disagree with the author’s opinions.
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