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Adopted IHR amendments strengthen surveillance and require countries to “address misinformation” – but countries have 10 months to reject them

There has been much coverage of the World Health Assembly adopting the amendments to the International Health Regulations. Unsurprisingly, this coverage has been in independent media and not in corporate media.

The following are brief descriptions of articles, podcasts and press conferences from various sources in recent days. Some of the concerns are the agreement for governments to “address” misinformation and disinformation, and the wording that further strengthens surveillance – thus laying the groundwork for the surveil-declare-threat-lockdown-coerced mass vaccination approach.

It is important to note that countries have 10 months to reserve or reject provisions, except those countries which rejected the 2022 amendments and so have 18 months. We must, therefore, keep raising awareness and put pressure on our governments to reject the amendments before the end of March 2025.

At the end, we have included an article about the World Health Organisation’s Science Council, a “group of unelected people who will control your future.”

Tedros Declares Victory, 1 June 2024
In a media briefing on the pandemic, preparedness and response and other developments at the 77th World Health Assembly, WHO Dictator General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said:

“Today the nations of the world made history at the World Health Assembly. After 2 years of negotiations, they adopted a strong package of amendments to the International Health Regulations based on the lessons learned from the covid-19 pandemic. The IHR was last updated 19 years ago. The amendments adopted today strengthen global preparedness, surveillance and response to public health emergencies including pandemics.

“And although the Pandemic Agreement has not yet been finalised the Health Assembly has charted the way forward. It has agreed to extend the mandate of the Intergovernmental negotiating body to finalise negotiations on the Pandemic Agreement as soon as possible and by next year’s World Health Assembly at the latest.

“The success of the IHR amendments demonstrates that in our divided and divisive world countries can still come together to find common cause and common ground.”

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