Pope Francis is scheduled to obtain a COVID-19 vaccine as early as subsequent week
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MILAN (Reuters) – Pope Francis said on Saturday he was planning a COVID-19 vaccination as early as next week and urged everyone to get a shot to protect not only their own lives but everyone else’s as well.
“I believe that ethically everyone should take the vaccine,” said the Pope in an interview with Canale 5 television. “It is an ethical decision because you are playing with your health, with your life, but you are also playing with that Life.” from others.”
The Vatican City, the smallest independent district in the world, has announced that it will soon start its own vaccination campaign against the coronavirus.
“Next week,” said the Pope, “we’ll start here in the Vatican and I’ve signed up. It has to be done.”
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