Link To SB 7014
In March of 2021, Senate Bill 72 was passed and signed by the Governor. This bill created civil liability protections for individuals, businesses, governmental entities, and health care organizations against COVID-19-related claims for one year.
Senate Bill 7014 was submitted in the 2022 session, it extends liability protections (that were created in SB72 last year) for hospitals until June of 2023. MOST IMPORTANTLY, it makes it very difficult for a patient to ever seek recourse when the hospital makes a mistake. We need quality medical care and the opportunity to seek protocols outside of the CDC standard. Giving a hospital immunity does not lead to better care, it just leads to better compliance.
There are many successful treatment protocols when it comes to Covid and Florida families are being denied the standard of care they are advocating for in the hospital because it doesn’t comply with the one-sized fits all CDC protocols. Because of this denial, families are seeing their loved ones die, when they could have easily been saved.
Because Health Freedom Florida is a pro-medical choice, grassroots organization, we are asking you to urge Governor Ron DeSantis to veto the bill. Incentivized, one-sized fits all protocols do not “save lives,” our legislature must go back to focusing on protecting the people, not the industry. Florida deserves better, we need mass action on this for DeSantis to veto the bill, join us.
TAKE ACTION here: https://standforhealthfreedom.com/action/sb7014/