The World Health Organization (WHO) has warned that the world must prepare for a future virus that could be even deadlier than the current COVID-19 pandemic. WHO chief Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said that the world needs to be prepared for the next pandemic, which could have even more deadly potential.
Tedros also noted that the next pandemic is likely to be zoonotic, meaning it will originate in animals before “spilling over” into humans. He urged everyone to take steps to prevent such a situation from occurring by improving animal health and hygiene, as well as strengthening surveillance systems. Many are very skeptical about this, saying this is just a pre-warning to try and get all animals vaccinated with a so-called mRNA jab, that could cause unknown causes in the food source.
Public health experts seem to agree with Dr Tedros' warning and are urging governments around the world to take action now in order to prepare for any future pandemics. They recommend investing in public health infrastructure and research, as well as developing better systems for tracking and responding to infectious diseases.
This announcement seem to come at a weird time, a time where they just announced an end to the Covid-19 pandemic, and immediately start to use "scare tactics" as many believe, to speak about another pandemic.