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    • WHO - NOT FIT FOR THE JOB? COVID VARIANTS ARE LIKE THE FLU. EACH YEAR A NEW STRAIN WILL EMERGE . WHO is quick to jump to hype  when in fact they should monitor and keep under control the new type that was in Africa. Have protocols placed more effectively. HANDLE IT SOURCE. THE WHO SUPPRESSED MUCH INFO AS PER MKC86;S QUOTE: "As before, so now, so in the future. A blast from the past! https://www.theguardian.com/business/2010/jun/04/swine-flu-experts-big-pharmaceutical " THE WHO FAILED TO HANDLE CHINA ORIGINALLY TOO, AND ITS CEO WAS PHRASING THE CHINESE LEADER INSTEAD OF GETTING FULL ACCESS OF THE ORIGIN OF COVID THERE AT THE BEGINNING, NOT MUCH LATER IN TIME WHEN THE EVIDENCE IS DESTROYED. NOT AN EFFECTIVE LEADER OF WHO. BESIDES NO COUNTRY OR THR WHO EVER FINED OR MADE CHINA RESPONSIBLE AND PAY THE WORLD TOWARDS THIS DISASTER. I DARE SAY MORE WILL COME OUT IN THE FUTURE, BUT THAT WILL BE TOO LATE FOR COUNTRIES THAT STOCK PILED AND NO ALTERNATIVE SOLUTIONS. OH, GOVERNMENTS (POLITICIANS & KEY CIVIL SERVANTS) ARE TO BLAME FOR NOT RESEARCHING ALTERNATIVES., E.G., https://www.decon7.com/ And traditional head / nose / chest steam taking.  
    • Preliminary data about the severity of the omicron Covid variant is “a bit encouraging,” the White House’s Chief Medical Advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Sunday, following early figures from South Africa that suggest it may not be as bad as initially feared. Full article: CNBC
    • Trade of the Week 06/12: long GBP/JPY IG's senior market analyst, Josh Mahony, looks to go long GBP/JPY with a stop-loss at 14,870. He also looks at some previous trades: gold, Wall Street and USD/JPY. https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/trade-of-the-week-06-12--long-gbp-jpy-211206
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