Member of the WHO “surge team” dismisses “moonshot of eradication” as another team heads to China to investigate coronavirus origins.
Of all the organizations issuing untrustworthy guidance and confusing recommendations, perhaps the World Health Organization has been the worst.
As we end 2020, with the pandemic lockdowns destroying businesses and driving people to despair, WHO officials are ginning-up more fear.
To begin with, the experts are now concerned that the over-use of antibiotics will lead to the spread of “super gonorrhea.”
SUPER gonorrhoea is on the rise as the highly infectious and drug-resistant bug may become untreatable in a perfect storm caused by Covid-19.
World Health Organisation medics warned the STI may become even more resistant to antibiotics as an overuse of them during the pandemic is fuelling its mutation.
The super strain of one of the world’s oldest STIs has been given the ideal environment to thrive as the world continues to fight against coronavirus.
…Although WHO reports the majority of cases to be in the African region, the western world is seeing cases grow at an alarming rate.
Next, WHO Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus warns that there are even more pandemics ahead while speaking in a video statement on the first International Day of Epidemic Preparedness.
Tedros used his message to encourage countries to prepare better by working to “prevent, detect, and mitigate emergencies of all kinds, whether they be naturally occurring epidemics or deliberate events.”
“History tells us his will not be the last pandemic, and epidemics are a fact of life,” he said.
There may be fewer pandemics if the Chinese practice better and more ethical biochemical research…and WHO leaders stop covering up after a novel pathogen spreads.
Finally, despite the vaccines and the continuing vaccination program, WHO bureaucrats are quashing hopes of eradication.
Guest speaker Professor David Heymann, a disease expert and member of a WHO “surge team” deployed to strengthen the COVID-19 response in South Africa earlier this year, said that we now have the tools at our disposal to save lives, allowing us to learn to live with the virus.
Dr. Ryan agreed that COVID-19 is likely to become endemic in the global population. Vaccinations, he explained, do not guarantee that infectious diseases will be eradicated.
Societies would do better to focus on getting back to full strength, rather than on the “moonshot of eradication”, concluded the senior WHO official.
WHO is planning to send an international team led by the U.N. agency to China in the first week of January to investigate the coronavirus pandemic’s origins. As a reminder, WHO quietly changed the timeline and indicated that China didn’t self-report the virus, contrary to their previous reports.
Given the questionable success of WHO recommendations for containing the pathogen and their history of sugar-coating China’s role in the spread of the virus, I do not think 2021 promises to start a new era of competence or objectivity from this group.DONATE
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