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Oregon Department of Health to Remove Children From Home if Parent Infected With Coronavirus

by | May 1, 2020 | News, Opinion, Politics, Social-Issues | 0 comments

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At the behest of the World Health Organization (WHO) executive director Michael Ryan, Oregon is slated to remove children from homes and place them in “substitute care” if parents are deemed “unable to support them.”

Ryan, who was criticized for stating that governments need to go door-to-door looking for people infected with coronavirus and if found, “Now we need to go and look in families to find those people who may be sick, and remove them and isolate them.”

Related: Oregon governor sends Child Protection Services after a salon owner who opened her business to provide for her family.

Oregon seems to be complying with these orders:

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State and local “child welfare” departments have a history of mishandling child welfare cases and over-indulge in their power to forcibly separate children from their parents — and this will be no different. According to a document released and authorized by Lacey Andresen, the Deputy Director of Oregon’s Child Welfare & Practice Program, effective April 22, “a child will enter substitute care because their caregiver is infected with COVID-19.”

What constitutes “unable to support them” isn’t exactly spelled out, but if history repeats itself, this is nothing more than a power grab to remove children from their parents and place them in foster care systems overseen by the state — and [inlinetweet]once children are handed over to the state, it is an uphill battle to get them back.[/inlinetweet]

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