The World Health Organization (WHO) has urged global governments to “manage” the social activity of its citizens in order to limit the spread of the Chinese Coronavirus.
Dr. Michael Ryan, Director of Global Alert and Response of the World Health Organization told reporters at a press briefing on Monday that social gatherings should mostly be managed by governments.
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Ryan spoke about numerous types of public areas, such as airports, public transportation, and places such as ski resorts that governments must “manage” to prevent further spreading of COVID-19.
He urged governments worldwide to investigate “all forms of gatherings that lead to people congregating are moving en masse and how they are going to de-risk those processes.”
Ryan warned that if governments don’t believe those processes cannot be de-risked, governments should “curtail, postpone, and or even manage” those processes – i.e. strip away liberties from citizens.
Zerohedge.com reports: In other words, just like Thanksgiving – Christmas is likely canceled in the Western world.
For more on this, listen to Ryan from the 28-minute mark.
While the pandemic is reshaping the world, the WHO, which is arguably parroting its main source of funds – China, is now demanding governments across the globe to “manage” what the world’s population can “safely” undertake based on their “science.”
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