IHCM Update

Letters Needed!

SUBJECT: DHSS Rule Change – Covid Data Collection
Updated: 2/10/22

As we learned in the Robinson et. al. vs. DHSS decision, then again recently during the Donald Kauerauf confirmation hearing, The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is notorious for
overstepping their bounds through unconstitutional rules and regulations.

The latest example is a proposed change (referred to as an “amendment” to an existing rule or regulation) to the DHSS section of the Code of State Regulations, 19 CSR 20-20.020, which directs healthcare workers
and school administrators to send both positive AND NEGATIVE Covid-19 test results to the state.

This is simply an attempt to gather private data on every single Missourian.

What can you do?

Write a letter to DHSS explaining that you oppose the proposed amendment to 19 CSR 20-20.020, which was published in the Feb 1, 2022 Missouri Register.

Send to:
Adam Crumbliss, Director
Dept. of Health and Senior Services, Division of Community and Public Health
PO Box 570
Jefferson City, MO 65102

You can also explain that DHSS has abused their authority in the past with regard to data collection. Whatever you decide to say, just be sure to explain that you OPPOSE this proposed amendment.

DEADLINE to MAIL: Feb 27, 2022 DHSS must receive your letter by MARCH 2nd.

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