On Jan. 18, 2022, the United States submitted a number of amendments to the International Health Regulations.
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On Jan. 18, 2022, the United States submitted a number of amendments to the International Health Regulations. A vote to pass these amendments is scheduled for May 22-28 at the World Health Assembly. Documented information regarding the details and damage the amendments will do to global sovereignty can be found at DontYouDare.info.
Be sure to read the executive summary. In a nutshell, currently, if there is a health emergency in a country, WHO is contacted and a request must be made by the country needing assistance from WHO.
If 98 countries approve the amendments, the requisite request will be deleted. It will be WHO that decides where, when and if an emergency exists and how it will be handled. Passage of these amendments will override our laws and Constitution. And unfortunately, the names of the people from the United States who will be voting on this are unavailable, unknown and unelected yet speaking for we the people.
If passed, your medical heath-related rights and freedoms will be greatly restricted. We the people are sovereign, and our sovereignty is not something we should give away.
Kathleen Hames, Evergreen
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