The World Health Organization just warned that a far worse pandemic has yet to come


The coronavirus and the government lockdowns have made 2020 one of the worst years in recent memory.

The world came to a complete stop because of the virus and now hard-working families are paying the price.

But the World Health Organization just warned that a far worse pandemic has yet to come.

2020 seemed to be like any other year until the coronavirus hit in early Spring.

China hid the coronavirus from the world until it had already spread to other nations.

And as a result, nearly everyone has had a rough year because of the virus and governments’ overreaction to it.

As governments enforced unprecedented lockdowns, families started to suffer as many lost their jobs and countless small mom and pop shops were forced to close down.

Even schools have remained closed which will cripple our kids’ education for years to come.

Shockingly, the only real winner in 2020 was the Chinese Communist Party as China is now projected to take over the US as the biggest economy in the world by 2028 thanks to the coronavirus.

But even with all the suffering, a World Health Organization expert admitted that the worst is yet to come.

Dr. Mike Ryan who heads the WHO’s emergency programs claimed “This pandemic has been very severe, has spread around the world extremely quickly, it has affected every corner of this planet. But this is not necessarily the big one.”

He continued by saying “This virus is very transmissible . . . and it kills people and it has deprived so many people of loved ones. But its current case fatality is reasonably low in comparison to other emerging diseases. This is a wakeup call.”

He ended with this warning, “If there’s one thing we need to take from this pandemic with all of the tragedy and loss is that we need to get our act together, we need to get ready for something that may even be more severe in future.”

If this is how the world reacts to what even the WHO admits is a virus with a reasonably low death rate, imagine how governments will react with a severe pandemic.