Pope Francis reveals when he will receive COVID-19 vaccine


Pope Francis reveals when he will receive COVID-19 vaccine

Leader of the Catholic church, Pope Francis has stated that he will recieve the COVID-19 vaccine.

This statement was made in an interview with Italy’s Canale 5 Channel on Saturday.

The Pope also encouraged everyone to get a shot to protect themselves and everyone else.

“It is an ethical duty to take the vaccine, here in the Vatican we will start next week, I am also in line to take it,” he said.

“There is a suicidal denial which I cannot explain, but today we have to get vaccinated.

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“I believe that ethically everyone should take the vaccine. It is an ethical choice because you are gambling with your health, with your life, but you are also gambling with the lives of others.”

The Vatican in December had stated that it is morally right to be vaccinated after some anti-abortion groups raised concerns over how the vaccines are manufactured.

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“It is morally acceptable to receive Covid-19 vaccines that have used cell lines from aborted fetuses in their research and production process,” the Vatican had said.

According to Worldometers, global statistics platform, the COVID-19 infections globally has reached 89, 843,926 while 1,929,958 have died from the virus with 64,287,159 recoveries.