Pope Francis said in his Christmas speech that the coronavirus vaccine should be provided to everyone free of charge, and countries should work together after the pandemic has recovered.
Game status: Due to Italy’s restrictions on preventing the spread of COVID-19, Catholic leaders delivered a traditional “Urbi et Orbi” (to the city and the world) speech at the Apostolic Palace in the Vatican, instead of giving a speech to the generals from the balcony overlooking St. Peter’s Square Large group of people.
- According to the Associated Press, Francis said: “At this moment in history, the ecological crisis and serious economic and social imbalances are only exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. For us, it is more important for us to recognize each other as brothers and sisters. important.”
What is he saying: CNN said: “Today, in the darkness and uncertainty during the pandemic, there are different lights of hope, like the discovery of vaccines…everyone must get them.”
- “I implore all those responsible for countries, companies, and international institutions… to promote cooperation rather than competition, and seek solutions for everyone, and provide vaccines for everyone, especially for the most vulnerable and most in need of help in all regions of the world. Provide vaccines.”
- The Pope called for generosity and support for people who have suffered during the pandemic, including unemployment and domestic violence.