Call to Action

These are important actions you can take now!


Whatcom County has never tracked vaccine reactions and deaths.

Whatcom Health Department has referred these issues to the CDC, which has a failed tracking system and does nothing to protect citizens from harm.

We must demand Whatcom Health Department/Whatcom Health Board start a LOCAL tracking system to make sure ALL safety data is collected and vaccines with known problems be pulled from the market.

Please help us collect signatures to get a Whatcom Vaccine Tracking System started! Once you have collected signatures, please return to Misty at a BE BRAVE WA Meeting or contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to arrange pick up. Thank you for helping us make this happen! 

Petition Form:

Reasons to Sign Petition - download/print:


Educate the Public and Help Start A Local Tracking System

If you would like to volunteer to collect signatures out front grocery stores, please contact Misty at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.






Be Brave Washington needs your help in reviewing Court Documents and Pfizer's Documents to help find evidence that the COVID-19 vaccine biological product was a known public risk. Our goal is to bring to light to the true efficacy and dangers of this product.

As many of you are aware, Public Health & Medical Professionals for Transparency filed a lawsuit in September 2021 after they did not get a response from the FDA following a FOIA Request. A Federal Judge eventually ruled in their favor even though the FDA did not want to release the requested documents (until 75 years from now) for all of the data in Pfizer's experimental covid vaccine product file. The FDA has been releasing these documents in batches over the last few months after the Court Order, and approximately 80,000 more pages are scheduled to be released on or by May 1, 2022. Anyone can access these released FDA documents at:

Be Brave Washington is gathering information found in these documents so that this information can be brought to the attention of the Whatcom Health Department, Whatcom County Council and Bellingham City Council. Please report any findings from your review of these documents or any other Covid vaccine reactions to the email listed below.


Report any findings to: bebravewa at protonmail (dot) com




Please attend the council in person or online.

Tuesday May 24, 2022: 6pm Whatcom County Council IN-PERSON Meeting in Council Chambers at 311 Grand Ave.
Public Comments are ALLOWED, each Speaker is allowed 3 minutes. Please consider speaking or attending to support those who will be speaking. Public Comment Ideas: sharing how the last 2 years have been for you/family/business and/or sharing a covid-related article/study/data and/or concerns regarding the experimental covid vaccines, increased crime in our community, etc.
Zoom links are still available if you are unable to attend in person.
Follow the Whatcom County Council's weekly schedual and participate when available with this link: