The World Health Organization (W.H.O.) warned Friday the global coronavirus pandemic isn’t over until it says so, cautioning too many countries are moving too quickly in lifting public health and social restrictions.
The globalist organisation used social media to warn countries that lift restrictions to adopt a slower approach to the pandemic and follow W.H.O. directions, even as global infection rates continue to tumble.
W.H.O. medical authorities Mark Ryan and Maria Van Kerkhove explained the desire to return to normal was ill-advised and may sustain the pandemic, with potentially catastrophic outcomes.
Dr Van Kerkhove said countries with high vaccination rates and population immunity are in a better position to lift all restrictions but advised against it.
“We just need to have these countries not do this all or nothing approach because it’s confusing and I don’t blame anyone out there who is confused,” she said.
Some countries are lifting all public health and social measures despite high numbers of #COVID19 cases/deaths. @DrMikeRyan and Dr @mvankerkhove explain why slow approach is better ⬇️ pic.twitter.com/hS3aJLNJcJ
— World Health Organization (WHO) (@WHO) February 17, 2022
“I do think that in some situations, the political pressure now to open up and remove all restrictions of all kinds is so high that we may overshoot the runway,” Dr Ryan added.
“If we get hit with another variant, and we’ve already abandoned all measures, it’s going to be really hard to put everything back in place.”
As Breitbart News reported, global coronavirus cases have dropped by 19 percent over the past week, and of the 4,000,000 cases tested worldwide 98 percent were found to be the less-lethal omicron variant.
Publix is one of the latest major grocery chains to modify its mask mandate for employees, now allowing fully vaccinated workers to forgo masks while on the job. https://t.co/N01ZM0wfYn
— Breitbart News (@BreitbartNews) February 18, 2022
The W.H.O. itself has confirmed in a coronavirus update that during the week of February 7-13, 2022, there were just over 16 million new cases and just under 75,000 new deaths reported globally.
Nearly all regions of the world experienced decreases in cases, with only the Western Pacific Region recording an increase of infection rates, although there are those like U.S. Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci who are in no hurry to drop any mandates.
Even as the good news continues, the W.H.O. is still demanding “wealthy” countries pay $16 billion in cash up front to drive the W.H.O. ACT-Accelerator initiative.
This plan is intended to fund coronavirus schemes in developing countries, including mass vaccination rollouts — with a total of $23.4 billion needed for the 2021-2022 budget for the project.