WHO director shies away from pushing passports for shots that do ‘not prevent COVID’

WHO director shies away from pushing passports for shots that do ‘not prevent COVID’


Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro questioned the WHO’s Tedros Adhanom on the effectiveness of vaccines and immunity at the G20 summit in Rome.

Brazil President Jair Bolsonaro questioned the WHO’s Tedros Adhanom on the effectiveness of vaccines and immunity at the G20 summit in Rome.

WHO Director Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus

ROME (LifeSiteNews) – World Health Organization Director-General Tedros Adhanom told Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro that the WHO is “not recommending” vaccine passports or lockdowns “for now,” and that the vaccines do “not prevent COVID.”

At the 2021 G20 Summit in Rome on October 30-31, President Bolsonaro and WHO Director Adhanom discussed the state of COVID vaccinations, vaccine passports, the economic costs of lockdowns and other issues pertaining to the world’s response to the declared COVID-19 pandemic.

Their discussion was recorded, and Adhanom spoke English while Bolsonaro communicated with the Ethiopian public-health czar through an interpreter. Bolsonaro began the discussion by asking the Adhanom about the effect of COVID restrictions, including lockdowns, on the economy, and if there was any “prior consideration” by the WHO regarding the implementation of these measures.

 

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