Pope Francis to Receive COVID-19 Vaccine Next Week By Reuters

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MILAN (Reuters) – Pope Francis said on Saturday he planned to get vaccinated against COVID-19 next week and urged everyone to get vaccinated, to protect not just their own lives, but everyone else’s. “I believe that ethically everyone should be vaccinated,” the Pope said in an interview with the Canale 5 television channel. “It is an ethical choice because you are playing with your health, with your life, but you are also playing with lives.” from others. “The Vatican City, the world’s smallest independent county, has said that it will soon launch its own coronavirus vaccination campaign.” Next week, “the Pope said,” we will start doing it here in the Vatican, and I have reserved. You have to do it. ”

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