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Had we not lost hope of something or someone of "higher status" to escape this idiocy, maybe this was the last push it took.

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Below I have listed some articles that I think are important from which you could conclude that “legislation and rights” are simply adjusted according to the situation. Or in other words, "the ground" meaning "Your fundamental right" has sunk beneath your feet. Boring to read, but certainly not unimportant to know.

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Applicable from 22-02-2021 up to and including the present


revised International Health Regulations

Public Health Act

Law of 9 October 2008, containing provisions on care for public health (Public Health Act)

We Beatrix, by the grace of God, Queen of the Netherlands, Princess of Orange-Nassau, etc. etc. etc.

All who will see it or hear it, salute! do:

Having considered that it, to implement the revised International Health Regulations and to be better prepared for infectious disease crises, it is desirable to lay down rules for infectious disease control regarding its organization and the information obligations and the expand powers of action; that it is desirable to bring these rules together with the existing provisions in one law in order to create a coherent whole; that therefore the Collective Public Health Prevention ActInfectious Diseases Act and the Quarantine Act can be repealed and replaced by a public health law; that it is also desirable to include a provision in this Act regarding mandatory digital data storage in the implementation of youth health care;

Thus it is that We, the Council of State heard, and with common consultation of the States-General, have approved and understood, as We approve and understand by this:

Article 10.2

In this Act and the provisions based on it, the following terms have the following meanings:

  • a.the International Health Regulations: the International Health Regulations with Appendices (Trb. 2007, 34);

  • b.Our Minister: Our Minister of Health, Welfare and Sport;

  • c.public health care: health protection and health promotion measures for the population or specific groups thereof, including the prevention and early detection of diseases;

  • d.youth health care: public health care, whereby a national preventive health care package is actively offered to all young people up to the age of 18;

  • Yes.elderly health care: public health care for persons over the age of sixty-five;

  • A: Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), smallpox, polio, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), viral haemorrhagic fever;

  • B1: a human infection caused by an animal influenza virus, diphtheria, plague, rabies, tuberculosis;

  • B2: typhoid fever, cholera, hepatitis A, B and C, whooping cough, measles, paratyphoid, rubella, shigellosis, shiga toxin producing escherichia (STEC) / enterohemorrhagic escherichia coli infection, invasive group A streptococcal infection, foodborne infection, where identified in two or more patients with a mutual relationship pointing to food as a source;

  • C: the under article 19 designated infectious diseases;

  • i.epidemic of an infectious disease: a rapid increase in the number of new patients suffering from an infectious disease belonging to group A, B1, B2 or C;

  • j.quarantine: residence of a person who may be infected with an infectious disease belonging to group A in a building, ship or in a number of designated spaces within it designated by the mayor, in connection with the control of the dangers of that disease to public health;

  • k.medical supervision: medical surveillance of a quarantined person to determine whether they have been infected with an infectious disease belonging to group A and whether they develop symptoms as a result;

  • l.contamination: the presence of a vector, infectious or poisonous agent or infectious or toxic substance on or in a site, building, good or means of transport, which may create a public health risk;

  • m.infection: the entry and development or multiplication of an infectious agent in the body of humans, which may pose a public health risk;

  • n.vector: an insect or other animal that normally carries with it an infectious agent that may pose a public health risk, or a plant or substance in which an infectious agent normally resides that may create a public health risk;

  • o.corpse; a corpse in the sense of Article 2, paragraph XNUMX, under a, of the Funeral Services Act;

  • p.port: port, including the anchorages, berths, quays, jetties and, with regard to seaports, approach routes from the sea, as well as all companies, warehouses and other sites and buildings located in the vicinity thereof, which due to their location, destination or use must be are deemed to belong to them;

  • q.airport: any area wholly or partly intended for the take-off and landing of aircraft, including:

    • 1 °.the related movements of aircraft on the ground,

    • 2 °.the handling of the air traffic referred to in the preamble and under 1 °, or

    • 3 °.business activities related to the handling of the air traffic referred to in the preamble and under 1 °;

  • r.civilian operator: civilian operator as referred to in Article 1.1, first paragraph, of the Aviation Act;

  • s.building: any building that forms a covered space, wholly or partly enclosed with walls, with the exception of buildings for the purpose of professing religion or belief;

  • t.means of transport: aircraft, ship, train or road vehicle;

  • u.good: tangible product, including plants and with the exception of animals, means of transport and corpses within the meaning of Article 2, paragraph XNUMX, under a, of the Funeral Services Act;

  • v.true: foodstuffs, including a chewing preparation, drinking ware as well as any other movable good, insofar as used in the sphere of a private household or another household equated with it by virtue of the Commodities Act;

  • w.transport operator: a natural or legal person responsible for a ship or aircraft on an international voyage using a port or airport, or their representative;

  • x.laboratory: a laboratory where substances separated or taken from the human body are examined for the diagnosis of infectious diseases;

  • y.partnership of registered pilots: for the relevant shipping route, referred to in Article 10, paragraph XNUMX, of the Shipping Traffic Act, designated partnership of registered pilots, in which pursuant to Article 15, first paragraph, part b, under 2, of the Pilotage Act, is provided;

  • z.citizen service number: the citizen service number, referred to in Article 1, part b, of the General Provisions for Citizen Service Number Act;

  • aa.RIVM: the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, referred to in Article 1, part b, of the RIVM Act;

  • from.chairman of the security region: the chairman of the board of the security region referred to in Article 11, second paragraph, of the Security Regions Act;

  • ac.inspection: the Health and Youth Care Inspectorate;

  • ac.reference laboratory: a laboratory that specializes in the diagnosis, surveillance and treatment or control of a specific disease or pathogen according to the state of the art.

Article 10.2

  • The Municipal Executive is responsible for the implementation of general infectious disease control, which in any case includes:

    • a.taking general preventive measures in this area,

    • b.combating tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases, including source and contact tracing,

    • c.source and contact tracing for reports as referred to in the articles 212225 en 26.

  • 2The board of the security region is responsible for preparing for the fight against an epidemic of an infectious disease belonging to group A, as well as for the control of a new subtype of human influenza virus, which poses a serious danger to public health.

  • 3The mayor is in charge of the control of an epidemic of an infectious disease, belonging to group B1, B2 or C, as well as the direct preparation for it and is responsible for the application of the measures referred to chapter V..

  • 4The chairman of the security region is responsible for the control of an epidemic of an infectious disease belonging to group A, or a direct threat thereof, and is then exclusively authorized to apply the Articles 34, fourth paragraph47515455 of 56.

  • 5The duties referred to in the first, second, third and fourth paragraphs may be further elaborated by order in council.

Article 6b

  • A vaccination program will be established by order in council, specifying which groups are eligible for which vaccinations. A different offer may be included for the public entities Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba.

  • 2Our Minister, through RIVM, is responsible for directing and coordinating the implementation, as well as the registration, monitoring and evaluation of the vaccination program.

  • 3The Municipal Executive is also responsible for the part of the vaccination program designated for this purpose by order in council. The Board ensures that this is carried out by the organization, or under the responsibility of that organization, which provides the youth health care for the Board, as referred to in article 5, performs.

  • 4During the implementation of the vaccination program, the Municipal Executive applies the vaccines that are provided by or on behalf of the RIVM. The vaccines remain the property of RIVM until the moment of administration.

  • 5The Municipal Executive shall ensure that RIVM is notified for the purpose of RIVM's tasks as referred to in the second paragraph which organization is implementing the vaccinations for the municipality.

  • 6Rules for the qualitative and programmatic implementation of the part of the vaccination program referred to in the third paragraph are laid down by or pursuant to an Order in Council. For the public entities Bonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba, different rules may be set for the programmatic implementation.

  • 7The nomination for an order in council to be adopted pursuant to subsection XNUMX shall not be made until four weeks after the draft has been submitted to both houses of the States General.

Article 6c

  • 1 Without prejudice to the provisions of or pursuant to other laws, RIVM is responsible for carrying out activities on behalf of Our Minister in the control of infectious diseases.
  • 2RIVM processes the personal data, including data on health as referred to in Article 4, part 15 of the General Data Protection Regulation, which are necessary for the performance of the task, as referred to in the first paragraph.

  • 3On the basis of the first paragraph, RIVM only processes personal data if pseudonymisation as referred to in Article 4, part 5 of the General Data Protection Regulation, has been applied to it and is then continuously continued.

  • 4Article 21, first paragraph, second sentence, of the General Data Protection Regulation does not apply to the processing by RIVM.

  • 5Insofar as it is necessary for RIVM to make use of a reference laboratory for the performance of its tasks, the second to fourth paragraphs apply mutatis mutandis to the reference laboratory.

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Read the art below. also good through!

Human RIGHTS organizations that are not suing the government for violating liberty and human rights. No, these organizations threaten the government with fines via the courts so that they can use the change laws for this legally. DWOZK = The world upside down.


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