1. Most people have never heard of the International Health Regulations (IHR). The United States agreed to the IHR in 2005. These regulations override and supercede the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
2. On January 18, 2022 the United States subbiterd a number of amendments to the IHR that serve to give away even more of our sovereignty and greatly empower the World Health Organization (WHO) to restrict individual health related rights and freedoms.
3. The 75th meeting of the World Health Assembly will be held in Geneva, Switzerland May 22-28, 2022. The Assembly will vote on the amendments to the IHR. They are very likely to pass and be enacted into international law unless the citizens of the United States stand up against this attack on our sovereignty.
4. These amendments to the International Health Regulations do NOT need to be approved by two-thirds of the U.S. Senate. The United States has already agreed to obey the IHR by virtue of our membership in the United Nations and World Health Organization
5. In addition to the proposed amendments to the IHR, the WHO has also set up an Intergovernmental Negotiating Body (INB) that is acvtively negotiating an international "Treaty on Pandemic Prevention, Prepardness and Response. The proposed "Pandemic Treaty" is seperate from, and in addition to, the proposed amendments to the International Health Regulations mentioned above
This third edition contains the first amendment to the IHR (2005): a revision to Annex 7 adopted by the Sixty-seventh World Health Assembly in 2014. The amendment provides that the period of protection from vaccination with an approved vaccine against infection with Yellow Fever, and the validity of the related certificate, will be for the life of the person vaccinated rather than a period of ten years as previously required. In accordance with the WHO Constitution and the IHR (2005), this amendment entered into force for all States Parties on 11 July 2016. There were no reservations or rejections concerning the amendment submitted by any State Party within the period required by the IHR (2005). This edition also updates Appendix 1 containing the list of IHR (2005) States Parties (to include Liechtenstein and South Sudan). As of the Sixth-ninth World Health Assembly in 2016, three Review Committees have been convened under the IHR (2005) and reported through the Director-General to the Health Assembly with conclusions and recommendations on key aspects of the functioning and implementation of the Regulations. The reports of the three Review Committees are available in