Midwest Public Health Coalition

Midwest Public Health Coalition, LLC, is a non-profit, charitable organization focused on public health information. MPHC was formed in response to the conflicting, confusing and often misleading statements that are made to the public by both private and government agencies about the characteristics of the Coronavirus SARS-Cov-2, and the disease it causes, known as COVID-19.

Our Coalition is comprised of health care workers, scientists, and informed citizens who are deeply concerned about the harm being done to our economy, our society, and especially our children, by the often misguided response to COVID-19.

The purpose of our current effort is to study what is known about the virus, the inoculations, and the social ramifications of following popular Covid mitigation strategies, and to provide accurate, non-biased, science-based information about the Coronavirus, and what course of action is most appropriate to maintain general good health and to keep the Coronavirus in perspective.

Our goal is to encourage American citizens to get the facts about COVID-19, including who is at risk and who isn’t, so that everyone can make better decisions for themselves and their families, and not fall prey to governmental or corporate abuse. Knowledge is power, and it’s important that we all understand the potential consequences of following a small group of “celebrity experts.” The eugenics movement led by top doctors in Nazi Germany should serve as a warning to all of us. Experts are still people. Medical and health care decisions should be based on facts, not ideologies.