Dr. Zink wants massive surveillance, admits officials made Covid policy ‘without the data’

Dr. Anne Zink TOTALLY IGNORED the peer reviewed studies that proved high enough VITAMIN D levels REDUCED the SEVERITY of Covid by 1,000-1,500%! The first such study was published early in the pandemic in April 2020.

Zink hasn’t said one word about the truth about vitamin D, which makes her RESPONSIBLE — lying by omission and commission. Few Alaskans would have died if their vitamin D levels were above 50 ng/ml, if people would have tested their D levels instead of lining up for the unreliable PCR tests that didn’t cure Covid.

The majority of Alaskans are still deficient or insufficient with levels of about 10-20 ng/ml. And Zink still says NOTHING about the main key to Covid and a main key to many health issues, longevity and DEPRESSION!

Fast acting D, calcifediol could have been used in hospitals to treat Covid late too, saving many who entered the hospital low in D.

Big Pharma is “love of money” driven, not wellness driven. They can’t patent and make $billions from vitamin D. The American Medical Association was started by John D. Rockefeller to make medicine a business model, not a wellness model.

If Pharma had told the truth about vitamin D, they couldn’t have gotten emergency use authorization for their jabs that damaged many, so they destroyed many lives in order to make ~$100 billion for Pharma.

My fact sheet for Alaskans:
High Enough Vitamin D – Freedom From Covid Fear — Summary Info / Studies / How Much to Take / New Standards

Dr. Zink wants massive surveillance, admits officials made Covid policy ‘without the data’

By AlaskaWatchman.com

Dr. Anne Zink is a formidable and controversial player when it comes to directing public healthcare policy both in Alaska and across the nation. As Alaska’s chief medical officer, she has enthusiastically and relentlessly pushed pro-Covid jab messaging. Now, as the new leader of a powerful left-leaning public policy organization, she is poised to step onto the national stage as a leading advocate for massive expansion of government health surveillance and crackdown on so-called “misinformation.”

Appointed in 2019 by Gov. Mike Dunleavy to advise him on how to create and implement health policy across Alaska, Zink quickly became a polarizing public figure for her largely uncritical support of experimental Covid shots, the downplaying of natural immunity and a refusal to publicly acknowledge the benefits of early treatment methods like ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine.

Last month she assumed the presidency of the Association of State & Territorial Health Officials (ASTHO), an influential and well-funded organization that represents public health agencies throughout the nation, along with more than 100,000 public health professionals.

On Oct. 13, Zink was a featured speaker at the Alaska State of Reform Health Policy Conference where she articulated what she sees as ongoing problems, health priorities and her future plans for Alaska and the nation.


Zink spoke repeatedly of working “upstream” to eliminate or mitigate health challenges before they cause too much damage. This work entails vastly expanding the technological capacity to share health data between governmental and private health agencies. Zink called this “braiding together” public health and health care.

The focus on health data sharing is also a top national priority of Zink’s ASTHO organization.

According to the ASTHO website, “public health data and surveillance systems” need to be transformed and upgraded so that data sharing can occur more easily across federal, state, local and tribal organizations. ASTHO estimates the CDC needs about $1 billion to carry out this plan.

ASTHO’s website maintains that Covid has demonstrated a need for more “complete surveillance data, analysis, and seamless data exchange” to improve public health and allow policy makers and officials to “more accurately gauge and respond to health threats.” This includes more comprehensive data about the race, ethnicity, symptom status and health outcomes of individuals who come down with various diseases, ASTHO maintains. …


At several points in her talk, Zink lamented the erosion of public trust in health officials. She said this experience has been “traumatic.”

When asked about how to restore this lost faith, Zink again pointed to data collection and communication. In particular, she said health officials need more comprehensive and “useful” data.

She said a personal “learning moment” came during the Delta wave. At that point, she said people already knew all about Covid, and many didn’t really trust public health advice.

These misgivings came, in part, from health officials overstating the efficacy of Covid shots, Zink acknowledged. When breakthrough cases occurred, this eroded trust, she said. …

At one point, Zink admitted that public health officials were making decisions without data to back them up.

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