Stanly County Health & Human Services Board to consider COVID vaccine moratorium

The Stanly County Health & Human Services Board will consider a COVID vaccine moratorium at its meeting Thursday night.

Interim Health Director David Ezzelle said the resolution “was presented to the Consolidated Health and Human Services Board by an individual unaffiliated with the Stanly County Health and Human Services Dept.”

“The Stanly County Health Department takes all health concerns of citizens into consideration in policy decisions,” Ezzelle said. “The mRNA vaccination has been mischaracterized when it is referred to as gene therapy.”

The resolution reads as follows:

“Whereas, according to NC§ 130A-39 the Stanly County health board ‘has the responsibility to protect and promote the public health.’

“Whereas, according to data from Stanly County EMS and the NC State Center for Health Statistics, emergencies and excess deaths for Stanly County residents have been and remain elevated from 2020 through 2023, indicating a serious danger to public health;

“Whereas, since the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy was rolled out in 2021, data from the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Centers for Disease Control, American Cancer Society, and many others show there has been a corresponding spike in disabilities, cancers, and death;

“Whereas, no large randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trials have ever demonstrated the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy reduces SARS-CoV-2 transmission, hospitalization, or death;

“Whereas, no large randomized double-blind placebo-controlled trials have been conducted on the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy to assess DNA integration safety concerns;

“Whereas, the process used to produce the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy that was tested and approved for use by the FDA was not the same process used to produce the one that was ultimately rolled out to the world after the trial;

“Whereas, the lipid nanoparticles’ data sheet states they are not for human or veterinary use, yet they are a key ingredient in all COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy;

“Whereas, according to a January 2024 poll by Rasmussen Reports, ‘53% of American adults believe it is likely that side effects of COVID-19 ‘vaccines’ have caused a significant number of unexplained deaths;’

“Whereas, a growing number of medical professionals and scientists across the U.S. and the world are calling for a halt to the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy;

“Whereas, the CDC, FDA, and other health officials are still promoting the COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy as a necessity for public health;

“Whereas, there are over 30 new mRNA gene therapy products in development by Moderna and other pharmaceutical companies, affirming the position that mRNA is intended to be the primary ‘vaccine’ platform going forward and could harm many more;

“Whereas, according to the National Library of Medicine under the National Institutes of Health, ‘informed consent is both an ethical and legal obligation of medical practitioners in the US and originates from the patient’s right to direct what happens to their body;’ and due to the lack of testing, such cannot be granted to patients regarding the mRNA gene therapy;

“Therefore be it resolved, we, the members of the Stanly County Consolidated Health and Human Services Board, cannot affirm the safety of any COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy and discourage all Stanly County residents from receiving it until the necessary safety trials are conducted. In addition, we make a rule that no medical professional that works for the Stanly County Health Department be required to administer a COVID-19 mRNA gene therapy if it violates their conscience to do so.”