Second Term for Tedros?

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus will run to keep his job for another 5-year term, according to an agency insider.
The reelection bid would essentially be a referendum on the agency’s COVID-19 response, which has put the agency under a microscope.
Tedros, the first African elected to the post, has been cagey about a possible reelection bid. It’s also uncertain if he would have any competitors—but Georgetown University’s Lawrence Gostin says it’s wisest to stay the course.
Changing DGs “would be exceedingly unwise … in the midst of a historic pandemic, which will still likely be raging,” he said.

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