'Scores of presidents, prime ministers and foreign ministers are set to ignore an American suggestion to stay home and address the UN General Assembly virtually and will converge on New York City in person this week.' Analysis by StCollinson
US fears that this week's annual world leader jamboree at the United Nations could spark a super spreader event will highlight the stark inequality of global access to Covid-19 vaccines — even as developed nations begin offering booster shots.
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StCollinson A super-spreader event at the UN wouldn't be the worst thing. But the 'nobility' haven't obeyed lock down orders this entire time, why would they start now? Laws are for us peasants, you see. StCollinson Just think of it as a gala or awards show StCollinson America is seen as a joke. That’s why
U.N. General Assembly Faces Climate Change, Covid-19 and New TensionsWorld leaders will grapple with Covid-19, climate change, Afghanistan and new discord between the U.S. and its ally France as they gather this week for the U.N. General Assembly
As leaders reconvene at UN, climate and COVID top the listDespite the still raging COVID-19 pandemic, more than 100 world leaders are heading to New York for the annual high-level U.N. gathering. 5.5 million ride the NY subway every week day. Just stop with the 100 'World Leaders' shit... Frauds. Does POTUS even know this is going on?!?!? Raging pandemic? Get out of here with that nonsense.
U.S. concerned UN General Assembly could be COVID 'superspreader event'The Biden administration is concerned that next week's United Nations General Assembly could become a COVID-19 'superspreader event,' CBS News reported. Why it matters: Leaders from around the world will gather in New York City without necessarily abiding by the new requirement that mandates proof of vaccination for all indoor activities. Get market news worthy of your time with Axios Markets. Subscribe for free.The big picture: More than 100 presidents, prime ministers and other heads of state Is the meeting at our southern border? A fear tactic. Biden doesn’t want to go. They need to keep him from making a fool of himself Meanwhile, they're inviting millions to cross the border and transporting them to every state in the union with no shots or health checks what so ever. Still think they're serious about the virus spreading? Think again.
As leaders reconvene at UN, climate and COVID top the listUNITED NATIONS (AP) — Last year, no leaders came at all. This year will be quite different — sort of. With the coronavirus pandemic still raging in many parts of the world, leaders from more than 100 nations are heading to New York this week for the United Nations' annual high-level gathering — a COVID-inflected, semi-locked down affair that takes place in one of the pandemic's hardest-hit cities of all. Awaiting them: Challenges enough to trouble any leader, from COVID-19 vaccine inequities and an escalating climate crisis to Afghanistan’s future under its new Taliban rulers and worsening conflicts in Myanmar and the Tigray region of Ethiopia. electron microscope image of SARS-CoV-2 (round blue objects) emerging from the surface of cells cultured in the lab, also known as 2019-nCoV, the virus (between 60 and 140 nanometers in size) that causes COVID-19 this is terrible news
UN, US, UK condemn Houthis’ execution of 9 YemenisThe United Nations, the United States and the United Kingdom have condemned the executions of nine Yemenis by the country’s Houthi rebels. What about the children Biden killed last week in Afghanistan? What about Boris Johnson keeping Julian Assange in solitary confinement for an indefinite period without a trial.? International criminals in plain sight. How many did Houthi backer IRAN sadistically execute via slow strangulation, the condemned raised by the neck using an hydraulic lift. Probably 5 that day.
Biden announces methane gas cuts goal ahead of UN climate summitLast month, the UN's Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change said the Earth's average global temperature will reach 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels around 2030, a decade earlier than projected three years ago. And now we can go on holiday abroad so wots the big deal