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54th WEF Annual Meeting to hold in Davos, Switzerland

54th WEF Annual Meeting to hold in Davos, Switzerland

The 54th World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting begins today, January 15th – 19th, 2024, over the mountains of Davos, Switzerland.

The meeting themed: “Rebuilding Trust” welcomes over 100 governments, all major international organizations and the Forum’s 1000 partner companies as well as civil society leaders, foremost experts, young changemakers, social entrepreneurs and the media.

However, the meeting is organized in four-dimensional areas of focus bothering on achieving security and cooperation in a divided world, creating jobs and economic growth to a long-term strategy to address climate change, nature, energy and artificial intelligence as a Driving Force for the Economy and Society.

Meanwhile, on Day 3, January 17 (11:30–12:15CET), the focus on climate change, nature and energy would be addressing a long-term strategy to the World Health Organization (WHO) earlier announced disease called ‘Disease X’, an unknown disease projected to result in 20 times more fatalities than the coronavirus pandemic of the last few years. Other day’s schedules for the programme can be monitored here.

‘Disease X’

Disease X, a hypothetical unknown threat, is the name used among scientists to encourage the development of countermeasures, including vaccines and tests, to deploy in the case of a future outbreak—the WHO convened a group of over 300 scientists in November 2022 to study the “unknown pathogen that could cause a serious international epidemic,” positing a mortality rate 20 times that of Covid-19.

After what many considered to be a lab-grown genetically modified vaccine post-covid, ‘Disease X’ has spiralled into a debate on X (formerly Twitter) to be another scheme to control the masses with fear, hence paving the way for implementation of the New World Order which entails global control of the world by unelected public-private institution as WEF.

The criticism, however, gained a ground of logical perspectives considering the last pandemic was a devastating setback which crippled public trust and also an opportunity to prepare for vaccine implementations and mass productions.

Nonetheless, could this be why Klaus Schwab-led public-private institution tagged this year’s theme Rebuilding Trust remains a question of public safety and health concern.

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