The World Health Organisation’s (WHO) proposed Pandemic Treaty is viewed with extreme scepticism.
The WHO is currently considering a legally binding “pandemic treaty”, which would require unanimous agreement from all 194 member states.
This proposal should be met with strong opposition.
The treaty is claimed to be an international agreement to strengthen pandemic prevention, preparedness, and response, proposed by a group of world leaders in March 2021, in the wake of the fake Covid pandemic.
The treaty would create a legally binding framework for countries to work together to prevent, detect, and respond to pandemics.
Which is another way of saying that the WHO wants centralised control over its members states through the guise of public health.