Feb 8th Executive Council Meeting: Covid Spending Spree Report

For the meeting on February 8th, here are the following item the Executive Council is set to approve related to Covid-19 spending:

  • Authorize to accept and expend funds from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to fund New Hampshire’s Epidemiology and Lab Capacity Program in the amount of $2,251,560. (2) Further authorize the funds as detailed in the letter dated January 9, 2023 to be allocated. Effective upon G&C approval through June 30, 2023. 100% Federal Funds. Fiscal Committee approved on January 27, 2023. 
    These funds will also be used to support the National Wastewater Surveillance System (NWSS) which funds the C0VID-19 wastewater surveillance program within New Hampshire. This surveillance program consists of collecting wastewater samples from treatment plants across NH. These, samples are then processed and quantitatively tested for COVID-19 viral load.
  • Authorize the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management to accept and expend Public Assistance Grant Program funds in the amount of $116,409,642 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency for COVID-19. Effective upon G&C approval through June 30, 2023.
  •  Authorize to enter into a sole source amendment to an existing contract with MTX Group, Inc., Troy, NY (originally approved by G&C 7/14/21, Item #19), to continue to provide maintenance and support for the Granite Trace system, by increasing the price limitation by $2,500,000 from $2,045,945 to $4,545,945 and by extending the completion date from October 31, 2022 to July 31, 2024.

Grand Total: $121,161,202

Action Item

According to government databases, one child under the age of eighteen years old has died with Covid in New Hampshire, while there are VAERS reports showing four children in the same age group died subsequent to Covid-19 vaccination in New Hampshire. These are horrific statistics.

Please email your Executive Councilor and demand that they pause Covid-19 related expenditures to the Department of Health and Human Services until the department retracts their recommendation to vaccinate children against Covid-19 and stops state distribution of these shots to minors.
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