The Florida Department of Health is permitted to order individuals to be examined, tested, vaccinated, treated, isolated or quarantined for COVID-19 and failure to sign a waiver acknowledging the order results in a second-degree misdemeanor, a livid passenger revealed to Your Content Tuesday afternoon.
“Apparently when we get to Florida, we’ll be met by Department of Health and we’ll be asked a series of questions and checked out before we are released!” said Pina on a messenger while on board.
The Jet Blue passenger was shocked mid-flight when crew demanded he review, complete and sign several forms due to a recent executive order put in place by Gov. Rick DeSantis.
“Pursuant to Executive Order 20-80 and the Florida Department of Health declaration of a Public Emergency, the State Health Officer and Surgeon General can order any individual to be examined, tested, vaccinated, treated, isolated, or quarantined for COVID-19.” the notice reads.
Photographed above is the first page of the notice, where Pina was asked to give the Florida Department of Health permission to forcefully inject a vaccine into him.
“Failure to fill out this form is a second-degree misdemeanor.”
“That seems to be an overbroad application of Florida’s police power — a descent into something like mass hysteria,” New Haven-based constitutional rights attorney Norm Pattis told Your Content.
“A traveler refusing entry is supposed to do what, exactly, disappear?”
According to Pina, there were a total of 9 passengers and 4 flight attendants on board … with two pilots.
“These politicians have no respect for the lives they’ve destroyed. They sat until they saw sickness up close now lawmakers know what the value of life is,” a source previously told Your Content after news surfaced Florida will soon become the world’s epicenter.
“The Governor did this to us. The money racked in since Mar. 1 should be used to make a dent in the imminent collapse of the Florida healthcare system.”
“I give it five days before we see a major spike and announce 1 million confirmed cases,” an employee at Mayo Clinic Jacksonville previously told Your Content. “There were no closures whatsoever until after spring break ended.”
As for the forced vaccinations, the CDC confirms this is not legal nor typical, saying it must be an error of sorts.
“We haven’t seen anything yet. How could we possibly spread the disease more than we did? Beaches say ‘closed’ but they’re open and there’s zero enforcement. I took my family and left Florida a few weeks ago before spring break started.”
“Jet Blue told me I must will out forms before and after we get off the plane,” Pina continued. “They are spacing everyone in the airplane. Having one row for social distancing on our flight.”
The form created by the Florida Department of Health at the demand of Gov. DeSantis asks for a list of all family members and their birthday. It also asks when you’re arriving, departing, if you have a return flight, the airline you’re traveling with, the length of your stay and an address for your Florida residence.
The residence will be used for a 14-day mandatory quarantine. Failure to comply will result in serious consequences. Failure to sign the form will results in a potential 60-day prison stint.
“Any person who violates any isolation or quarantine directed by the Department of Health commits a misdemeanor of the second degree, which is punishable by imprisonment not to exceed 60 days, a fine not to exceed $500, or both,” the grim order reads.
What’s more, if the traveler has no residence (other than a hotel), it’s unclear if they’d be placed in holding for a 14-day quarantine, as the order mandates the person under quarantine shall be responsible for all costs and medical care expenses.
“All persons isolating or quarantining under this Section, shall be responsible for all costs associated with that person’s isolation or quarantine, including transportation, lodging, food, medical care and any other expenses to sustain the person during the period of isolation or quarantine.
Gov. Desantis declined to comment.