WHO Pandemic Treaty: What It Is, Why It Matters and How to Stop It

Joseph Mercola

The World Health Organization has started drafting a global pandemic treaty on pandemic preparedness that would grant it absolute power over global biosecurity, such as the power to implement digital identities/vaccine passports, mandatory vaccinations, travel restrictions, standardized medical care and more.

The WHO is not qualified to make global health decisions. As just one example, the WHO didn’t publicly admit SARS-CoV-2 was airborne until the end of December 2021, yet scientists knew the virus was airborne within weeks of the pandemic being declared. The WHO also ignored early advice about airborne transmission.

More importantly, a one-size-fits-all approach to pandemic response simply does not work, because pandemic threats are not identical in all parts of the world. Even people in the same region do not have identical risk and may not need or benefit from identical treatment.

The WHO will accept two more days of public comment on the treaty, June 16 and 17, so prepare your statements now. The World Health Assembly will also vote on amendments to the International Health Regulations May 22-28, which may also strip away more individual rights and liberties.

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