The World Economic Forum's annual meeting (to be held next week in Davos, Switzerland) is being watched by larger audiences than usual this year, thanks to the name of one of the sessions:
Preparing for Disease X.
According to the World Health Organization, “Disease X” means that a major global outbreak could be caused by pathogens that are not currently known to cause disease in humans. luck.
The head of the organization, Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, as well as Michel Demarai, Chairman of the Board of Directors of AstraZeneca, Brazilian Minister of Health Nicia Trindade Lima, and Jamil Edmond Anderlini, Editor-in-Chief of Politico Europe, will speak at the event.
Speculation has already begun
Right-wing social media sites accused the organizers of gathering world leaders to discuss plans to introduce mandatory vaccinations, limit freedom of expression, and even plan for pandemics.
On Thursday night, Monica Crowley, assistant secretary of state for public affairs at the US Treasury Department under Trump and a Fox News analyst, tweeted an unfounded warning.
At the forum, unelected globalists hold a panel discussion about a future pandemic 20 times deadlier than Covid.
“Just in time for the election, new infections have emerged to allow the introduction of a new WHO treaty […]“Restricting freedom of expression and destroying more freedoms,” he wrote.
Practitioners in the medical and public health professions have always conducted thought experiments and exercises to prepare for pandemics, Amesh Adalja, a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, told Fortune.
These exercises play a vital role in identifying strengths and weaknesses and highlighting important aspects of the response that deserve further improvement.
Stuart Ray, vice president for data integrity and analytics at Johns Hopkins Medicine, told Fortune that it would be irresponsible for world leaders not to meet at the forum.
Such events have happened many times in recorded history, and the recent coronavirus pandemic has taught us that a rapid response can save millions of lives. Coordinating public health responses is not a conspiracy, just responsible planning
He is Don.
Diseases that could cause a real pandemic
The World Health Organization maintains a list of priority pathogens that pose the greatest risk to public health due to their epidemic potential and/or for which countermeasures are unavailable or inadequate.
While the list is far from complete and may not necessarily indicate the most likely cause of the next epidemic or pandemic, here are the known pathogens that global public health officials are monitoring in addition to “Disease X”:
- Ebola and Marburg virus infections,
- Crimean-Congo hemorrhagic fever,
- lassa fever,
- Severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-1 (SARS-CoV-1),
- Middle East respiratory syndrome,
- Covid (SARS-CoV-2),
- Nipah virus and other henipavirus diseases,
- rift valley fever,
- Zika virus.
(Cover photo: Firefighters disinfect Wuhan Tianhe International Airport after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic on April 3, 2020. Photo: Getty Images Hungary)