He told the Financial Times (FT) in an interview the risk of that happening is “way above five per cent” and would mean the world has yet to see the worst of the pandemic, if his predictions are indeed correct.
Gates cautioned that while the war in Ukraine dominates the international agenda, global leaders should not to lose sight of the health crisis, even as he flies around the world relentlessly lecturing about climate issues.
Bill Gates on Tuesday addressed the criticism he has received for speaking out on global warming while producing a large carbon footprint with the use of flying in private jets. https://t.co/hkwWDGPxld
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He called for greater investment to prevent future pandemics. “It seems wild to me that we could fail to look at this tragedy and not, on behalf of the citizens of the world, make these investments,” Gates told the FT.
He acknowledged there were questions over whether an international consensus could be reached to increase funding for W.H.O. at its base in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dear Bill Gates: No one is stopping you from donating directly to the WHO. In fact, here's the link by which you can do so: https://t.co/7C4rQ9V6cd How many of your billions in wealth would you like to contribute? https://t.co/7C4rQ9V6cd
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