From the Guardian:

Annual meeting of world leaders, billionaires and business chiefs had been scheduled for January

Logo of the World Economic Forum is seen in Davos
The World Economic Forum says despite the postponement of the full meeting, a series of online sessions will be held in January. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters

The annual Davos gathering of world leaders, billionaires and business chiefs planned for next month has been delayed until the summer amid mounting concerns over the coronavirus Omicron variant.

The World Economic Forum (WEF) – which has been putting on the gathering of the global elite at a Swiss ski resort each January for half a century – said it would hold a series of online sessions next month to bring together global leaders to discuss the world’s biggest challenges instead. A full annual meeting is planned for early summer.

Regarded as a key event on the calendar for international relations, business and the world economy, the event was scheduled for 17-27 January with a theme of “working together, restoring trust”.

However, the organisers said current pandemic conditions made it extremely difficult to put on a face-to-face meeting. It comes amid a fresh wave of coronavirus infections fuelled by the Omicron variant, leading countries around the world to impose tougher travel controls and a return to tighter government restrictions.

“Despite the meeting’s stringent health protocols, the transmissibility of Omicron and its impact on travel and mobility have made deferral necessary,” the WEF said.

The decision to push back the event is the second year running that Covid-19 has forced changes. The gathering on a remote mountain top in Switzerland would usually welcome about 3,000 people, including the world’s super-rich flying in by private jet to discuss challenges such as the climate emergency, inequality, business, and technology.

The last time world leaders gathered at Davos was for its 50th anniversary meeting in January 2020 – before Covid-19 spread across the world – with campaigners including Greta Thunberg and 53 heads of state, including the then US president, Donald Trump.

Klaus Schwab, the founder and executive chairman of the WEF, said: “Public-private cooperation has moved forward throughout the pandemic and that will continue apace. We look forward to bringing global leaders together in person soon.”

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  1. Cecille, that's exactly what Donald is saying. Their main goal was to force every living human being to be vaccinated with success. They have failed.

  2. I think this would be their last chance to meet. Next summer I expect many of them will be in prison. The plan was rushed, lacked imagination, and failed miserably. What you see now is the flotsom from the sinking ship, attempting to pass itself off as the Admiralty. Soon there will be little left to note their passing. Thank the Lord..

  3. I doubt the WEF is afraid of their own "bogeyman". There must be another pressing concern they have to deal with, like the failure to force vaccinate everyone.


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