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    Arizona U.S. Rep. Debbie Lesko (R-AZ-08) told The Arizona Sun Times late Thursday that she is “deeply concerned about the World Health Organization’s new pandemic treaty.”  The congress member joins a growing number of lawmakers and healthcare professionals pushing pack against the Biden administration’s plan to forfeit the United States’ decision-making power over its healthcare...
    Sen. Rick Scott (R-FL) on Thursday introduced a measure to stop overreach from the World Health Organization (W.H.O.), deeming the proposed “pandemic treaty” another instance of “dangerous globalist overreach.” The National Republican Senatorial Committee chairman introduced S.4305 — or a “bill to limit the authority of the World Health Organization on the United States and to oppose...
    Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R) announced this week there is “no way” he would be supporting the World Health Organization’s (WHO) global pandemic treaty. The treaty began making waves online after news began to spread of the WHO’s annual meeting that started on Monday. The WHO is currently considering amendments from President Joe Biden’s administration...
    According to a flustered report at the Washington Post on Sunday, the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) might not be able to muster the support it needs for a sweeping “global pandemic treaty” at the World Health Assembly currently in progress, but amendments proposed by the Biden administration to reduce the influence of member state governments...
    (CNN)Whether it was conducting groundbreaking research, completing clinical studies, manufacturing Covid-19 vaccines or distributing and administering billions of doses, scientists, public health officials, doctors and countless others have taken on the Herculean task of protecting people around the world from the novel coronavirus with vaccines, diagnostics and therapeutics. While we -- the world's largest manufacturer...
    The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) is pushing for a “global pandemic treaty” to be ratified at its World Health Assembly, which begins on May 22. The treaty would give the W.H.O. tremendous increases in power and funding, transferring much of the authority for pandemic control from member nations to the U.N. agency. The Biden...
    Until now, the Biden administration appeared awfully quiet about this treaty, unlike some of the other recent international climate treaties about which officials have been quite vocal. However, it has come to light that several months ago, the Biden administration quietly sent the WHO several amendments to a 2005 international health regulation to be considered...
    by Hélène Carabin, Université de Montréal One Health is a concept that emerged in the early 2000s that recognizes the interconnections and health interdependencies among humans, other animals and the shared environments in which we live and interact. In some cases, these shared environments make it possible for infectious agents — such as viruses...
    The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Monday convened its second “special session” in 73 years, with the goal of hammering out a global “pandemic treaty” to coordinate a worldwide response to future threats like the Wuhan coronavirus. “The ongoing chaos of this pandemic only underlines why the world needs an ironclad global agreement to set...
    GENEVA (AP) — The World Health Organization is opening a long-planned special session of member states to discuss ways to strengthen the global fight against pandemics like the coronavirus, just as the worrying new omicron variant has sparked immediate concerns worldwide. In the wake of diplomatic wrangling, a draft resolution at the special World Health...
    The WHO-led team investigating COVID-19 lacked the power “to demand transparency and accountability,” according to an article in Foreign Policy. A new pandemic treaty would help inspectors gain access, with sanctions to enforce cooperation, supporters say. Such a treaty might have prevented the pandemic, according to a WHO advisory committee member. Critics of...
    (CNN)A year into this global pandemic, we have seen anything but an effective, coordinated approach among nations to address the crisis on a global scale. Amid this backdrop, Tuesday's news that a group of countries is pledging to work together to prevent future pandemics can be regarded only as a positive development for the world....
    GENEVA/BRUSSELS – Leaders of 23 countries and the World Health Organization on Tuesday backed drawing up an international treaty that would help deal with future health emergencies like the coronavirus pandemic by tightening rules on sharing information. The idea of such a treaty, also aimed at ensuring universal and equitable access to vaccines, medicines...
    More On: Coronavirus Man’s skin ‘peeled off’ in rare reaction to this COVID vaccine WHO head casts doubt on own agency’s COVID origin findings US, other nations slam WHO report on origins of COVID States struggle to get rent relief to tenants amid pandemic GENEVA/BRUSSELS – Leaders of 23 countries and the World Health...
    The leaders of 23 nations joined the World Health Organization (W.H.O.) on Tuesday to endorse a proposed international “pandemic treaty” that would establish rules for information sharing and “universal and equitable access to vaccines, medicines and diagnostics,” as Reuters put it. The letter did not describe any substantive content the countries sought to put into...
    (CNN)Global leaders have called for a new treaty to help the world prepare for future pandemics, in a warning against rising vaccine nationalism. More than 20 national leaders, including France's Emmanuel Macron, Britain's Boris Johnson and Germany's Angela Merkel, wrote a piece published in several media outlets on Tuesday warning that it is a question...
    LONDON — More than 20 heads of government and global agencies are calling for an international treaty for pandemic preparedness that they say will protect future generations — but there are few details to explain how such an agreement might actually cause countries to act more cooperatively. In a commentary published on Tuesday, WHO chief...
    The Daily Beast ‘Something Was Wrong’: 911 Dispatcher Watching George Floyd’s Arrest Was So Disturbed She Called a Supervisor ReutersMINNEAPOLIS—As 911 dispatcher Jena Lee Scurry watched live footage of George Floyd’s arrest, she got the sickening feeling something had gone wrong.Floyd had been on the ground with two officers for so long she thought “the...
    A staff member checks information of a woman who just finishes her quarantine at a quarantine center on March 16, 2020 in Shanghai, China.China News Service | China News Service | Getty Images Global leaders jointly called for a pandemic treaty Tuesday, arguing that the Covid-19 crisis had posed the "greatest challenge for the global...
    Mr Johnson and other world leaders said the virus pandemic has been ‘a stark and painful reminder that nobody is safe until everyone is safe’ – Hollie Adams/AFP Pool Coronavirus Article Bar with counter The world needs a global settlement like that forged after the Second World War to protect countries in the wake of...
    BORIS Johnson, Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel have declared peace after threats of a vaccine war as global leaders push for a "pandemic treaty" to address future health emergencies. The British Prime Minister, France's President and Germany's Chancellor are among the leaders demanding an "all-of-government and all-of-society" approach to prepare the world for future pandemics....
    (Reuters) - European Council President Charles Michel said late on Monday that he welcomed the support of UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson to work together on a pandemic treaty. "I welcome the support of Boris Johnson to work together on a pandemic treaty in order to improve global preparedness, resilience and recovery", Michel said in...
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