Biden Has a Plan to Vaccinate 70% of World PopulationAustin Roe
From the Washington Post:
“During the Summit, President Biden will call on chiefs of state, heads of government and international organizations, business, philanthropic, and non-governmental leaders to come together to commit to ending the COVID-19 pandemic,” according to a copy of one invitation reviewed by The Post. “Participants will identify concrete actions and set the ambitious targets needed to achieve that goal and prepare the world for future health security threats.”
Under the “TARGETS FOR GLOBAL COVID-19 SUMMIT ENDING THE PANDEMIC AND BUILDING BACK BETTER” document starts off with:
To participate in the Summit, the United States kindly requests each participating country, regional and international organization, philanthropic and private sector participant, and non-governmental actor to: (1) endorse the proposed draft targets outlined below toward ending the pandemic as soon as possible and achieving global health security; and (2) submit a 90-120 second video outlining your vision and new steps your country or organization will take this fall toward achieving these goals. Invitees are also welcomed to lead a coalition of countries and/or non-governmental organizations or companies focused on these goals. The Summit is intended to be followed by a series of meetings, including at the highest levels in late 2021 and early 2022, during which leaders can hold themselves and the world accountable for progress toward the targets and our global goals of saving lives, ending this pandemic, and building back better health security.
We invite all Summit participants to join us in committing to these shared targets.
The draft targets outlined below are ambitious but consistent with existing targets outlined within the context of the ACT Accelerator and its components, as well as international organizations and experts.
It also highlights forced testing for a Covid-19 with no mention of those having symptoms or natural immunity with Covid-19 testing that is already highly suspect for false positives.
Eliminate the testing gap by ensuring a minimum of 1 per 1,000 people are tested per week before the end of 2021 or test positivity rates are less than 5% per week in all countries.
The Biden admin wants all this accomplished by Sept. 2022.