CDC has recently released a plan to enlist a domestic civilian force to target and place people in so-called COVID-19 or CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus camps to prevent infections.

New details have emerged about a similar plan proposed by the CDC in 2020, which calls for nationwide COVID facilities to be run at the “camp/sector level” and populated by people designated by the CDC as “high-risk.” They will be forcibly separated from their families and homes, Humans are Free reported.

According to the document titled, Interim Operational Considerations for Implementing the Shielding Approach to Prevent COVID-19 Infections in Humanitarian Settings,” the CDC will meet “minimum humanitarian standards” by supplying soap and basic cleaning supplies to CCP virus camp occupants. 

Additionally, this CDC document publicly asks for separating couples and families and admits that this move will inflict tremendous psychological suffering among Americans targeted and separated from their homes and put in these camps. The document states:

[I]n addition to the risk of stigmatization and feeling of isolation, this shielding approach may have an important psychological impact and may lead to significant emotional distress, exacerbate existing mental illness or contribute to anxiety, depression, helplessness, grief, substance abuse, or thoughts of suicide among those who are separated or have been left behind.

The memo explains that these CDC camps will be severely enforced “green zones,” and “no movement into or outside the green zone” will be tolerated.

Unvaccinated people are considered “high-risk” by the CDC, which indicates that Americans could be targeted for placements in these camps for refusing to take the CCP virus vaccines.

Last Friday, Aug. 6, Tennessee’s governor signed an executive order empowering the National Guard to potentially put unvaccinated people into temporary COVID-19 “quarantine and isolation facilities” across the state.