It’s 4 am in the morning as I post this, and I just called every Senator listed below and left messages on their voicemail to oppose this horrible bill. When Senators get flooded with calls, they think twice before voting YES to something trying to be snuck through. Please call everyone below NOW – mk
Urgent! Cuomo wants your vaccine records, and the vaccine record of every adult in New York. Senate bill S75, introduced by Sen. Brad Hoylman would require recording every vaccine given to an adult in a New York State database. The bill has sat in the Senate for years. But it was scheduled today for a vote TOMORROW in the Senate Committee meeting scheduled for Tuesday. No hearing. No chance for the public to be heard as usual.
The database is an essential part of any system to force adults to get vaccines. And to make possible vaccine passports and systems of vaccine-based segregation. Precisely identifying noncompliant adults will be necessary for any tracking system. It is also an essential tool to achieve the growth goals of the global vaccine industry, which is based on expanding the adult market given the low growth prospects of the saturated infant and childhood markets.
Please call every member of the Senate Health Committee listed below. Call their District and Albany offices. Most of the current members of the Health Committee were members in 2019 when the bill was defeated by one vote. Please not how each member voted when it came up in 2019, whether they are a sponsor or not/Politely let them know you oppose the bill for the reasons below.
Call your own Senator. Find your State Senator at the following link: https://www.nysenate.gov/find-my-senator
Call Senate Majority leader Andrew Stewart-Cousins at
Albany: (518) 455-2585, District: (914) 423-4031
Call Senate Health Committee Chair Gustavo Rivera at:
Albany: (518) 455-3395, District: (718) 933-2034
Call Every member of the Senate Health Committee:
Sen. Todd Kaminsky, District: 516-766-8383, Albany: 518-455-3401,
Sen. Samra Brouk, District: (585) 223-1800, Albany: (518) 455-2215
Sen. Julia Salazar, District: District, (718) 573-1726 Albany: 518-455-2177
Sen. Rachel May, District: (315) 478-8745, Albany: (518) 455-2838
Sen. Alessandra Biaggi, District: (718) 822-2049, Albany: 518-455-3595
Sen. Brian Benjamin, District: (212) 222-7315, Albany: 518-455-2441
Sen. Brad Hoylman, District: (212) 633-8052, Albany: (518) 455-2451
Sen. Sean Ryan, District: (716) 854-8705, Albany: (518) 455-3240
Sen. Kevin Thomas, District: (516) 739-1700, Albany; (518) 426-3260
Sen. Phil Boyle, District: (631) 665-2311, Albany (518) 455-3411
Se. Peter Oberacker, District: (607) 432-5524, (518) 455-3131
Sen. Ed Rath, District: (716) 631-8695, (585) 454-0322, Albany: (518) 455-3161
Sen. Patrick Gallivan, District: 716-656-8544, Albany: 518-455-3471,
Sen. Dan Stec, District: (518) 743-0968, Albany: (518) 455-2811
Brad Hoylman is the author of the bill that repealed the religious exemption from vaccine mandates to attend school. He also sponsored bills to mandate HPV and annual flu shots to attend school, and a very recent bill that would require college students to get the Covid-19 vaccine.
Obviously, this database will be used to identify people according to their vaccination status and the only realistic use for the database will be to identify people to pressure them to get vaccinated, or to exclude them from various places or activities using vaccine passports or other tracking systems. This is a gross violation of our right to privacy.
Once they get this started what other personal health information will this database be used for?
This is the taxpayer subsidizing the marketing expenses of some of the most profitable companies in the world.
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5 thoughts on “NY Urgent: Get on the phone NOW Senate sneaking through bill to put all adult vaccine records in NYS database. Vote on Tuesday, 5/11/21”
I made some calls last night and just made a lot of calls again and all the voicemail boxes were not taking calls/ full. Do you think I should email them? Does that have any meaning?
Calls are great! No emaila — MORE CALLS!!!!
should I call both their numbers, or just the albany, or their local one?
someone in a senator’s office told me the vote has been postponed till tomorrow.
If true, that’s a good sign! I will try to get confirmation of that