Beware killer treatments being rushed out to deal with fake epidemic

Hi Tap,
I heard on the news this evening that WHO want £500m to research a vaccine for Coronavirus which immediately prompted my suspicion that Hegelian Dialectic is at work here. I have searched the internet and can find nothing regarding WHO’s statement in MSM but found it on WHO’s website. As such, and as this is your baby I’ll hand it over to you. Link below.

http://tapnewswire.com/2020/02/fake-epidemics-are-cover-stories-to-hide-killing-of-people-by-other-means/

Combination of 5G exposure, panic, lockdown, stress and vaccine/medical treatments could be causing deaths.   So far there are few deaths outside China – just one in the Philippines.  Long may that last.

Coronavirus. Why are no children affected?

US$675 million needed for new coronavirus preparedness and response global plan

Urgent support needed to protect vulnerable countries from outbreak

5 February 2020

News release
Geneva, Switzerland

To fight further spread of the new coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak in China and globally, and protect states with weaker health systems, the international community has launched a US$675 million preparedness and response plan covering the months of February through to April 2020.

“My biggest worry is that there are countries today who do not have the systems in place to detect people who have contracted with the virus, even if it were to emerge,” said Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “Urgent support is needed to bolster weak health systems to detect, diagnose and care for people with the virus, to prevent further human to human transmission and protect health workers.”

The Strategic Preparedness and Response Plan (SPRP) for the new coronavirus lays out activities and resources needed by international health organizations globally, including WHO, to implement priority public health measures in support of countries to prepare and respond to nCoV-2019 for a period February-April 2020. The objectives of the plan are to  limit human-to-human transmission of the virus, particularly in countries most vulnerable if they were to face an outbreak; identify, isolate and care for patients early; communicate critical risk and event information; minimize social and economic impact; reduce virus spread from animal sources; and address crucial unknowns.

The plan focuses on:

  • Rapidly establishing international coordination and operational support;
  • Scaling up country readiness and response operations;
  • Accelerating priority research and innovation.

“The effectiveness of outbreak response depends on the preparedness measures put in place before outbreaks strike,” said Dr Mike Ryan, head of WHO’s Health Emergencies Programme. “That is why we are seeking resources to safeguard the most vulnerable countries to protect people from the new coronavirus before it arrives on the doorstep.”

As noted in the SPRP, WHO assesses that the outbreak poses a very high risk in China, and high risk regionally and globally. The risk assessment was based on factors including the likelihood of further spread, the potential impact on human health, and the varying levels of effectiveness in national preparedness and response measures. Accelerated action, as called for in the plan, can address these risks and areas requiring support.

As of 10 a.m. Central European Time on 5 February, 25 countries have reported confirmed cases of the new coronavirus, including China, where 24,363 people had contracted the virus, or over 99% of all cases. In all other countries, 191 cases have contracted the virus.

Kind regards,
Gordon.
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4 Responses to “Beware killer treatments being rushed out to deal with fake epidemic”

  1. Mr Dude says:

    The epidemic is very real. But you will soon have proof that only Asian people are affected. It’s a bioweapon gone wrong it doesn’t affect westerners.

  2. Tapestry says:

    The symptoms of flu caused by 5G. Go to doctor. Receive the treatment. Au revoir. No deaths outside China so far despite many cases. (One man died in Manila within 24 hours of leaving China)

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