Posted: March 22, 2022 12:01 AM
The opinions expressed by the columnists are their own and do not necessarily represent the opinions of Townhall.com.
It is widely known that the World Health Organization (WHO) did not glorify itself at the beginning of the Covid-19 outbreak. Despite worldwide reports of the virus fleeing the Chinese border, it was not until mid-March 2020 that the WHO finally acknowledged that widespread community infections were occurring and officially declared an epidemic. News from Canada this past week suggests that the taxpayer-funded WHO is once again failing the world population by announcing that it will “most likely” not approve the first Canadian-produced covid vaccine. It is based on this bizarre premise that a tobacco company owns a minority stake in a company that makes vaccines. It was the first plant-based covid vaccine, and was developed by Medicago, a joint venture Quebec-based company. With pharmaceutical giant Glaxo SmithKline Beecham. Canadian authorities have approved it for use, but the WHO has refused emergency approval because Philip Morris owns a 21 percent stake in International Medicago. The vaccine is made in a fast-growing relative of the tobacco plant that enables dosing within a few weeks. From the month, as in the case of the traditional method. Furthermore, since the plants are grown in greenhouses and not labs, vaccines can be made locally in low- and middle-income countries without relying on expensive technology elsewhere. Developing countries are crying out for vaccines through the Kovacs project, a partnership between the WHO and two international groups aimed at vaccinating hundreds of millions of people worldwide. The good news is Canada’s M.A.
The post will be the cause of the World Health Organization’s Purulent Scabies Unexplained Death appeared first in the Populist Press © 2022.