Experts have warned that a fictitious new epidemic called “Disease X” might kill 20 times as many people globally as COVID-19. This has led to the Davos conference.
Next week, there is a big Davos summit when world leaders will talk about getting ready for the next pandemic.
Global authorities are scheduled to convene in Switzerland for the yearly World Economic Forum (WEF) conference, where a prominent topic on the schedule is the threat posed by the ‘Disease X’.
It follows expert cautions that a fictitious new pandemic would kill 20 times as many people as the current coronavirus outbreak. It is thought that a future epidemic may be eradicated in 100 days if the right research framework and global knowledge were in place.
Since 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued warnings about a possible disease known as “Disease X,” which is an unidentified infection that has the potential to spread rapidly throughout the world. Author Kate Kelland noted last year in an interview with the WEF on its Radio Davos podcast that conducting in-depth study on virus families that are already recognized might benefit in humanity’s readiness and speedy development of a vaccine for the next pandemic.
“Scientists discovered some very important facts about coronaviruses because they worked for decades or more on the Mers and Sars vaccines,” the speaker stated. We can actually learn a lot about something that doesn’t yet exist if we complete that kind of homework on each of the about 25 viral families that we now know have the capacity to infect people.”
Speaking at the ‘Preparing for Disease X’ event next Wednesday are Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the WHO, Brazilian Minister of Health Nisia Trindade Lima, and Michel Demaré, chair of the board at AstraZeneca. Ms. Kelland also mentioned that an example of this preparedness had already been seen with monkeypox, which had a vaccine in place before the outbreak in 2022 because it was from the same family as smallpox. Dame Kate Bingham, who was on the UK’s vaccine panel in 2020, has also previously warned that Disease X could produce 20 times as many fatalities as Covid-19, or about 50 million fatalities.
Around 300 experts were invited by the World Health Organization (WHO) to their first post-pandemic meeting in November 2022, where they discussed which of the more than 25 virus families and bacteria might start a new pandemic. The group’s list included the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus (MERS-CoV), SARS, Covid-19, Ebola, and Marburg virus illness. Other illnesses included zika, nipah and henipaviral infections, lassa fever, zift Valley fever, and the unidentified pathogen that would cause “Disease X”.
According to the Anti-Defamation League, “Proof that global elites want to use the coronavirus as a tool to reorganize global societies and economies to their benefit at the expense of ordinary people, with the ultimate goal of a global totalitarian regime,” claimed conspiracy theorists, referring to the program.
Then-President Donald Trump received an open letter from Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò in October 2020, alerting him to the “imposition of a health dictatorship” by a global elite that “wants to subdue all of humanity [by] imposing coercive measures [.. to drastically limit individual freedoms and those of entire populations.”
Furthermore, some online forums have labeled the WEF’s announcement that they are “preparing for Disease X” as a “threat” and an additional argument in favor of vaccination.
Fortunately, there are other social media users available to call out the irrational conspiracy theories and clarify the reasoning behind getting ready for a potentially disastrous future health crisis:
At the Wiltshire-based Porton Down installation, a new research center was built in August to conduct studies on “Disease X” and other potential pandemic threats.
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