Pope calls for vaccination and speaks of an “act of love”

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Pope Francis has called on people worldwide to get vaccinated against Covid-19 via a video message.
“Thanks to God and the work of many, we now have vaccines to protect us against Covid-19,” the head of the Catholic Church said in the message released early Wednesday. He said the vaccines give hope of ending the pandemic, but only if they are available to all and if everyone works together.

Being immunized with approved vaccines and helping to ensure that the majority of people are vaccinated is “an act of love,” the 84-year-old said. Vaccination, he said, is a simple way to advance the good of all and care for one another.

Pope Francis had in the past repeatedly called for people to be vaccinated and for vaccines to be made available to all. The Vatican had also ruled that the use of Corona vaccines, which used cell lines from some human fetuses aborted decades ago, was morally justifiable.

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