US president has said there’s going to be a second pandemic and that the country needs more money to prepare
USA needs to have more money for planning “the second pandemic,” President Joe Biden said during a press briefing on Tuesday, as he praised his government’s efforts to ensure children under five can get Covid-19 vaccines.
Biden was also called “Biden.” “a very historic milestone”The US is the only country to have this option. “safe and effective Covid-19 vaccines for children as young as six months old.”
Biden responded to a question about the duration of the vaccine campaign. He said that it would take enough money from the government. “get through at least this year”It should be noted, however, that “we do need more money.”
He insisted that he required more money to pay for unspecified reasons. “second pandemic.” “We need more money to plan for the second pandemic. There’s going to be another pandemic,”Without going into specifics about this potential new wave, the president warned.
Biden also took the opportunity to take a swipe at his predecessor, implying that Donald Trump’s lack of preparation increased the impact of the Covid pandemic. “We have to think ahead. That’s not something the last outfit did very well and that’s something we’ve been doing fairly well. That’s why we need the money,”Surmised Biden
WHO chief promotes Bill Gates’ book on ‘next pandemic’
The possibility of new pandemics has been warned by some health professionals and agencies like the World Health Organization. The WHO previously stated that they plan to sign a pandemic treaty for the entire world at its 2024 World Health Assembly. This is in an effort to help. “set out the objectives and fundamental principles in order to structure the necessary collective action to fight pandemics.”
This agreement focuses heavily on surveillance and vaccinations. “restoring trust in the international health system,”It would legally bind all its members according to international law. This will override the regulations of each country in order to force nations to work together in the event of an outbreak.
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