In an April 7, 2022 article published in Inquirer, Kurt de la Pena reported that the World Health Organization (WHO) said the Philippines should be prepared, as COVID-19 cases will probably rise, especially after the May 9 elections.
According to the article, Dr. Rajendra Yadav, acting WHO representative to the Philippines, stressed that to prepare for and possibly prevent a rise in COVID-19 cases, everyone should wear a mask and get booster shots.
In addition, for Yadav, wearing a mask and high vaccination coverage are the “bare minimum” defense against COVID-19, saying that the government should immediately vaccinate Filipinos, especially the elderly and indigents.
Also, on April 6, Yadav said that the continuous “recalibration” of the COVID-19 response is essential. He recommended house-to-house vaccination, especially for Filipinos not yet vaccinated.
Editor’s Note: Is this another programming for the “fear of the unknown?” Or perhaps, a prelude to WHO having the upper hand with the country’s health crisis? [See World Health Assembly Agrees to Launch Process to Develop Global Treaty to Fight Pandemics; World Council for Health Sounds Alarms on WHO’s pandemic treaty initiative].
WHO has given us warnings and fear-mongering simultaneously; thus, this time, Yadav pronouncing the house-to-house vaccination for Filipinos is quite abrasive. [See Why the WHO cannot be trusted; Top FDA virologists, WHO scientists: No credible evidence for COVID booster shots; WHO: No Evidence on Higher Transmissibility of Omicron Variant; WHO Chief: Blanket Travel Bans Will Not Prevent International Spread of Omicron Variant; WHO Says the Next COVID Variant Will be More Transmissible Than Omicron, but Can’t Tell Whether it will be Lethal; WHO Makes Outright Lie, Says Omicron Dangerous for Unvaccinated but Data Says Otherwise; WHO: Boosters Using Original COVID Vaccines not Appropriate or Sustainable.] Does Yadav have the power to declare such a policy, corresponding with what the government plans to do? [See Health Expert Warns There Maybe a New COVID Surge After May 9 Election; Government Ramps Up Vaccination and Booster Shot Campaign Due to 27 Million Near-Expiry COVID Doses.]
Have we heard WHO in the Philippines encouraging the government and health authorities to acknowledge natural immunity? As we know, WHO knows natural immunity works https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/WHO-2019-nCoV-Sci_Brief-Natural_immunity-2021.1. Why doesn’t this country representative peddle the natural immunity idea rather than flaunting ramping up the vaccination drive? Also, WHO knows mask has a minuscule effect to prevent transmission, virtually nil [see Will the real WHO please stand up?]. What are the bases of Yadav’s assertions?
Moreover, the heavily cited Anthony Fauci has already acknowledged natural immunity, parroted by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Rochelle Walensky [see Could Fauci’s Admission of Natural Immunity Change the Herd Immunity Credence; CDC Director Acknowledges Infection-Induced Immunity aka Natural Immunity].
Natural immunity has been recognized because it is a sheer science; even the latest document dump from US Foods and Drugs Administration reveals Pfizer documents acknowledged natural immunity as equal if not more superior, to the highly publicized covid jab [see Latest FDA Document Dump: Natural Immunity Works and Pfizer Knows It]. Although, scientific evidence proves natural immunity is more robust and long-lasting compared to these touted covid vaccines [see Hundreds of Researches Confirm Natural Immunity is Complete and Longer-lasting, More Powerful than COVID Vaccines; Hundreds of Researches Confirm Natural Immunity is Complete and Longer-lasting, More Powerful than COVID Vaccines; Study: Natural immunity still robust and persistent after one and a half year of recovery from COVID infection].
Now the question is, what evidence does this WHO official refer to when he and his cohorts are funneled to a one-size-fits-all strategy, and that is only a covid jab? It’s easy for Yadav to flaunt the idea of house-to-house vaccination, a way too antiquated strategy previously employed in the first world countries like UShttps://www.foxnews.com/politics/white-house-door-to-door-vaccination-volunteers-not-government-workers-no-vaccine-database but has been declared unconstitutional. Although, President Rodrigo Dutertehttps://www.gmanetwork.com/news/topstories/nation/827515/duterte-orders-house-to-house-covid-19-vaccination-as-doses-near-expiration/story/ had already announced the same but was confronted with resistance and revulsion from the public. President Duterte knew he could not simply do that [see Philippines’ Duterte floats idea of forced vaccination].
We will see Yadav’s influence in the Philippines if the authorities bend and do as they are told by someone not elected by the Filipinos.
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