WHO and World News
WHO and World News from around the globe today…
The World Health Organization (WHO) information is released by the German Publication Bild. They say WHO spokesperson Harris, reiterates WHO’s rejection of mandatory vaccination certificates. Harris cites it’s uncertain whether vaccinations prevent COIVD-19 transmission.
News from Disclose TV via Russia’s Defense minister. The country is beginning combat readiness tests of all military districts.
More traffic jamming activity in the Suez Canal. An oil tanker with engine trouble was unable to restart for over an hour.
North Korea pulls out of the World Olympics. The country is the first to step back from the event citing COVID-19 as the reason.
From the Australian Academy of Science, a new report. In the document the academy doubts the targets of the Paris climate accord are feasible. The AAS refers to the global warming reduction goal as “virtually impossible”.
Canadians brace for more government lockdowns. Ontario Canada is now under a four-week state of emergency. According to Bloomberg news, new intensive care cases are up in the area, due to Covid-virus strains that are more contagious.
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