When the United States government released its Global Change Monitor (GCM) for the 2016-2020 period, it listed the top 10 most important threats facing the world.
The top 10 threats are climate change, infectious disease, pandemic, pandemics, and conflict.
The first thing I want to do is talk about the five biggest threats.
These are the biggest killers of people worldwide.
And the five worst killers are malaria, HIV, polio, and malaria-related deaths.
And they are all the biggest threats facing humanity.
The number one killer of people is malaria.
The next-worst killer of them all is HIV.
And then we have malaria-associated deaths.
Now, if you look at the number of malaria cases, we have about 7.6 million people in the world that have malaria.
That is a huge number of people dying.
Now let’s take that number and multiply it by 1.8 million.
We get 6.4 million people who are now dying of malaria.
And that’s the number one threat to the world right now.
Now, if we look at polio, we are seeing more deaths of polio cases than we are dying of polio.
And malaria, I mean, the number-one killer of malaria is also the number two killer of the world, which is malaria-dependent children.
And so there are two very important numbers to keep in mind when we talk about these threats.
The number one thing we have to remember is that we are facing one of the largest threats to our health in the modern era.
And this is because we have the greatest number of infectious diseases in the history of humankind.
We are the number 1 nation in terms of the number, the largest number of infections that are being caused by infectious diseases.
Now that is an important number to keep track of.
And now, if people look at malaria as a threat, they will be looking at one of those.
But if they look at HIV as a risk, they are going to be looking, again, at one that is a significant threat to our survival.
And we have a number of different threats in the future that are all of a sudden a lot more urgent and we have had an opportunity to really look at these three threats together and make sure that we take the best possible action on them and we take all of the necessary measures to protect ourselves and to keep our people alive.
And let’s go through the five threats, then.
Now the first one is malaria, which has now been eliminated from the world by more than half.
And I have already talked about the pandemic threat, and now we are in the midst of a pandemic.
The pandemic is a disease that kills about 1.2 million people every day, and it has been eradicated from the planet by almost all of humanity.
And you can see that in the map that is the Global Viral Map.
So, you can look at that map, and you can actually see that the pandemic has wiped out about 70 percent of the human population on the planet, and so the pandepic has killed about half the human populations.
Now it is a virus.
It is not an organism.
It can only be transmitted through the air.
So we have not eradicated it from the air in the past.
We have eradicated the virus from the ground.
So it has not yet completely wiped out all of our human population, but the pandemaker is working very hard on that.
Now we are at about 50 million people that are living in areas of the planet where we can expect a pandemaker to wipe out all human populations by the end of this year.
So what has happened in the last 10 years is we have made tremendous strides in terms the way that we have eradication of malaria, of HIV, and of polio is occurring.
And what we have seen, though, is that as we have eliminated all of these threats, we now have a very serious problem that we face.
And in that world, we really have a big challenge in terms, you know, we know that it is going to take a long time to get rid of all of this disease.
And there is going a lot of work ahead of us to get the disease under control, and there are going, in fact, a lot people who have not been able to get tested for HIV and malaria, and we really need to do everything that we can to make sure they are tested.
And of course we need to get all the people who can get tested tested and we also need to make it a priority that all of them get tested.
So you can really see that we really are facing a serious challenge, a global pandemic that is going in very strong directions.
So I want everyone to be very clear about what is happening and the nature of the threat we face in terms this pandemic and how it is evolving.