Biden's representative to the World Health Organization (WHO) Pamela Hamamoto said the Biden administration “is committed to the Pandemic Accord” and hopes the accord will be successful for "generations to come."
“To be clear, we do not, and never would, engage in research to create or adapt viruses with the intention of making them more contagious or harmful to people," Pfizer said to Rep. Ronny Jackson (R-TX).
The Biden administration is readying to sign a "legally binding" agreement with the World Health Organization that would permit it the authority to dictate U.S. policies during a pandemic, The Epoch Times has reported.
Immunity acquired from a COVID-19 infection can provide strong and lasting protection against severe illness and death, according to the largest meta-analysis to date on immunity following infection published in The Lancet.
Doctor Richard Bartlett of Texas questioned the origin of recent viruses in a discussion of the sudden outbreak of hepatitis and syphilis, noting that much of the sudden increase in disease and illness is correlated to the increase of vaccines.