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Why the WHO’s pandemic planning poses a threat to Britain

26 March 2024

10:50 PM

26 March 2024

10:50 PM

The fall-out from Covid continues. Its latest manifestations on the international stage are a draft pandemic preparedness treaty, soon to be formally published and opened for signature by the WHO, and an upcoming vote on proposals to amend the organisation’s International Health Regulations 2005 (IHR). The latter is a set of internationally binding rules for dealing with, among other things, pandemics.

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