Elite set to unleash Covid dragnet on the entire planet.
White House documents obtained by the New York Times show Joe Biden will soon ask world leaders to join forces in a global vaccination push.
The Times reported on an invitation to a virtual global Covid-19 summit taking place next week.
The invite was sent to world leaders and stakeholders who will be gathered for the UN General Assembly meeting.
According to the invitation, Joe Biden will “call on chiefs of state, heads of government and international organizations, business, philanthropic, and nongovernmental leaders to come together to commit to ending the Covid-19 pandemic.”
One goal Biden will allegedly push is for 70% of the world’s population to be fully vaccinated within one year.
The 70% goal is quite ambitious as only a third of the globe is currently fully vaccinated.
Biden will also be asking wealthy countries to purchase or donate 1 billion doses of vaccines.
$10 billion dollars will be pledged by participating countries over the next two years to “combat hesitancy,” which means a global propaganda operation.
Using Covid to usher in total globalism, the summit wishes to establish a “leader-level Global Health Threats Council (GHTC) in 2021,” and “a ministerial health and finance board.”
The Biden plea to world leaders will kick off a new, globalized effort to combat Covid by rolling out draconian measures as seen in Australia worldwide.
See the document below!
DRAFT DRAFT-1-TARGETS FORGLOBALCOVID-19 SUMMIT ENDING THEPANDEMIC ANDBUILDINGBACKBETTER To participate in the Summit, the United States kindly requests each participating country, regional and international organization, philanthropic and private sector participant, and non-governmental actor to:
(1) endorse the proposed draft targets outlined below toward ending the pandemic as soon as possible and achieving global health security; and (2) submit a 90-120 second video out lining your vision and new steps your country or organization will take this fall toward achieving these goals. Invitees are also welcomed to lead a coalition of countries and/or non-governmental organizations or companies focused on these goals.
The Summit is intended to be followed by a series of meetings, including at the highest levels in late 2021 and early 2022, during which leaders can hold themselves and the world accountable for progress toward the targets and our global goals of saving lives, ending this pandemic, and building back better health security. We invite all Summit participants to join us in committing to these shared targets. The draft targets outlined below are ambitious but consistent with existing targets outlined within the context of the ACT Accelerator and its components, as well as international organizations and experts.
I.VACCINATE THEWORLD TARGETS Vaccinate the world: At least 70% of the population fully vaccinated in all country income categories by UNGA 2022. Manufacture doses over the medium and long term: Additional doses and adequate supplies are available to all countries in 2022.
As evidence develops, ensure sufficient financing, production of additional doses for future booster needs in LIC/LMICs. Ask Countries with relevant capabilities: For Fall, 2021(1.1)Close the financing and supply gap for LIC/LMICs to reach 70% coverage by purchasing or donating 1 billion additional doses of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines.
(1.2) Accelerate vaccination in LIC/LMICs in 2021 by expediting delivery of approximately2.0 billion previously committed doses of safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines, including by converting existing dose sharing pledges into near-term deliveries, swapping delivery dates to secure earlier delivery of doses to LIC/LMICs, and eliminating cross-border bottlenecks in the supply of vaccines and critical inputs.
(1.3) Get shots into arms by ensuring at least $3 billion is made available in 2021 and $7 billion in 2022 in financing for vaccine readiness and administration, combatting hesitancy, and procuring ancillary supplies.(1.4)Make doses available for the medium and long term by supporting sufficient global and regional production and financing for evolving booster needs; expanding mRNA, viral vector, and, if authorized, protein subunit vaccine manufacturing and tech transfer; and procuring approximately 3 billion additional doses of safe and effective vaccines for LIC/LMICs.
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(1.5)Enhance accountability and coordination by establishing a robust vaccine, consumables, and ancillary supplies global dashboard in 2021.Private Sector Commitments: For Fall 2021(a)Launch COVID Corps for vaccine readiness & delivery.(b)Provide data on production and projections for vaccine dashboard.
II. SAVE LIVES NOW TARGETS Solve the oxygen crisis by ensuring oxygen is readily accessible for inpatient healthfacilities in all regions in the near-term and no later than 2022. Eliminate the testing gap by ensuring a minimum of 1 per 1,000 people are tested per week before the end of 2021 or test positivity rates are less than 5% per week in allcountries. Ensure all countries have timely access to authorized safe and effective therapeutics by ensuring they are available to all LIC/LMICs in 2021, and effective new non-IV treatments are available in 2022. Build surge PPE manufacturing capacity to enhance access to PPE for all LIC/LMIC healthcare workers in 2021, with surge capacity available for every region in 2022. Improve the detection, monitoring, and mitigation of new COVID-19 variants by enhancing genomic sequencing and data sharing efforts globally in 2021 and 2022. Ask Countries with relevant capabilities: For Fall, 2021(1.1)Provide $2 billion in coordinated support for oxygen ecosystems, including increasing availability of bulk liquid oxygen in LIC/LMICs by 2022.
(1.2) Donate and deliver at least 1 billion kits/tests by 2022 for LIC/LMICs.
(1.3) Donate and deliver $1 billion in sufficient courses of authorized COVID-19 therapeutics for LIC/LMICs by 2022, and $2 billion in 2022, and establish a mechanism for equitable therapeutics procurement and delivery.
(1.4) Establish surge PPE manufacturing capacity in every region in 2022.Private Sector Commitments: For Fall, 2021 (a) Design and finance a $2 billion global strategy to support oxygen ecosystems, including the provision of bulk liquid oxygen and other support to all facilities with inpatient services by the end of 2022. (b) Enhance production of tests, make testing kits available in LIC/LMIC for no more than $1per antigen kit.
DRAFT DRAFT DRAFT-3-(c) Expand production, make available authorized therapeutics for 12 million severe and critical patients. (d) Fund advanced development, including clinical trials and voluntary technology transfer fornext generation COVID-19 (ideally oral) therapeutics for low-resource settings.
III.BUILD BACK BETTER TARGETS Create sustainable health security financing by establishing and financing a global health security financial intermediary fund (FIF) in 2021. Ensure political leadership and attention for biological crises by establishing a leader-level Global Health Threats Council (GHTC) in 2021, and support the G20 Presidency’s call-to-action for a ministerial health and finance board. Ask Countries with relevant capabilities: For Fall, 2021(1.1) At least 30 countries and at least 10 organizations sign on to establish a global health security FIF, with agreement on scope, seed funding level (e.g. $10B) and host (e.g. WorldBank.)
(1.2) Pledges in 2021 to seed the FIF for urgent preparedness needs, with specific proposals for sustainable, blended finance for the medium term that include sources outside of official development assistance.
(1.3) Pledges for surge manufacturing and resilient supply chains for PPE, tests, therapeutics, and vaccines in all regions.
(1.4) Agree to establish the GHTC, including identifying a Chair & Co-Chair.Private Sector Commitments: For Fall, 2021(a) Individuals or organizations pledge contributions to the FIF and launch a “challenge” that rallies non-governmental sector to sustainably support global health security capacity.
(b) Individuals or organizations convene individuals and philanthropies to create their own investment fund that feeds the FIF.(c) Individuals or organizations call on governments to establish a political-level GHTC that includes seats for civil society, private sector, and/or experts.