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How Bill Gates and partners used their clout to control the global Covid response — with little oversight

By ERIN BANCO, ASHLEIGH FURLONG and LENNART PFAHLER

Four health organizations, working closely together, spent almost $10 billion on responding to Covid across the world.

But they lacked the scrutiny of governments, and fell short of their own goals, a POLITICO and WELT investigation found.

When Covid-19 struck, the governments of the world weren’t prepared.

From America to Europe to Asia, they veered from minimizing the threat to closing their borders in ill-fated attempts to quell a viral spread that soon enveloped the world.

While the most powerful nations looked inward, four non-governmental global health organizations began making plans for a…

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