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Wait, W.H.O. is in charge around here?

The United States is going to hand over power to the World Health Organization to dictate policies for future pandemics. The Biden administration is expected to sign a treaty to do this next week.

The pandemic treaty gives the WHO the power to declare and manage global pandemic emergencies. This would mean that they could mandate lockdowns, vaccine mandates, vaccine supplies and distribution and monitoring and surveillance of populations. The U.S. and all 194 WHO member states are expected to sign on to this at the Intergovernmental Negotiating Body meeting on February 27.

Can the U.S. hand this power over to a centralized body? Some say that this goes against the Constitution and some say that there is court precedent for this. It is likely that states will challenge this but there is no guarantee that the Supreme Court will take the case.

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