The World Health Organization (WHO) is proud to announce that communist China has joined its Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccine initiative aiming for “equitable” global distribution of the jab.
Known as the COVAX Facility, the WHO endeavor seeks to avoid the promulgation of “vaccine nationalism,” and instead foster a globalized protocol to get everyone jabbed equally.
Even though communist China is directly responsible for igniting the plandemic, the WHO believes it has plenty to offer in helping to cure the scourge while ushering the nations of the world into the New World Order, also known as The Great Reset.
“The world is eagerly anticipating the results of trials of vaccines against COVID-19, which are needed for WHO authorization,” announced WHO head Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus.
“Once we have an effective vaccine, we must also use it effectively, and the best way to do that is by making sure it’s available to all countries equitably through the COVAX Facility.”
U.S., Russia reject participation in WHO vaccine program
Communist China reportedly joins the Republic of Korea, the tiny Pacific island nation of Nauru, and 169 other countries in fulfilling the WHO’s plan for global cooperation in launching a coronavirus vaccination program.
Neither the United States nor Russia are participating, it is important to note.
If successful, the WHO initiative will deliver two billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines to the world by the end of 2021. The United Nations arm currently has the largest portfolio of potential vaccine candidates.
When asked about communist China’s involvement in the program, which is highly controversial, WHO senior advisor Dr. Bruce Aylward offered a politically correct response.
“The more countries that participate in the COVAX Facility, the greater the opportunity of being able to roll out vaccines as rapidly as possible, as fairly as possible, to reduce the risk of severe Covid disease globally,” he is quoted as saying.
As for the role communist China will play, Dr. Aylward said the details are “still being worked out,” with more information on the way in the coming days.
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Moderna says no enforcement of patent rights on its vaccine
In an “act of solidarity,” to quote Tedros, pharmaceutical giant Moderna recently announced that it will not enforce any patent rights on its coronavirus vaccine during the life of the plandemic.
This “open source” model of vaccine procurement will allow many more coronavirus vaccines to be manufactured, ensuring that as many people as possible are jabbed with them at “warp speed.”
To further ensure the rapid release of plandemic vaccines, the WHO also launched a COVID-19 Technology Access Portal, also known as C-TAP, that is described as a “one-stop shop” for affordable access to vaccine development technology.
This portal relies on existing mechanisms such as the U.N.-backed Medicines Patent Portal that facilitates access to treatments for serious conditions like HIV and hepatitis in countries where the general population is poor with few options to remedies.
The WHO is also excited about the work being done by the World Food Programme (W.F.P.), which was recently awarded a Nobel Peace Prize.
“W.F.P. not only feeds the hungry but moves most of the humanitarian workforce into the most extreme of environments,” stated Dr. Michael Ryan, executive director of the WHO’s Health Emergencies Programme.
Dr. Ryan has worked in numerous conflict areas where he directly responded to epidemics, including in the Democratic Republic of the Congo where he claims to have helped contain Ebola.
“W.F.P. feeds and protects us in the field and allows us to do our job,” he contends. “We used to say this in West Africa, and I will say it to the world: W.F.P. rocks.”
Sources for this article include:
- In order for coronavirus vaccines to “work,” the “herd” would need to be vaccinated every six months
- At least 23 people have died from coronavirus vaccines in Norway (so far)
- Nearly 47 million Americans have been infected by coronavirus, study finds
- Fauci admits coronavirus vaccines don’t prevent infection