The Pope made a comment in an interview with Italy’s Canale 5 channel, which will be broadcast on Sunday night.
The news anchor of the channel said in the preview of the interview: “Taking a vaccine is an ethical responsibility. We will start in the Vatican next week. I am also willing to take the vaccine.” Released on Saturday.
According to the press release, the full interview will be conducted at the Santa Marta residence in the Vatican and will be broadcast at 2.40 pm EST (8.40 pm local time) on Sunday.
“I am surprised because the democratic system is such a strict American population… But it is reality. Even in a more mature reality, there are always some mistakes. People are walking on the road of opposing communities, opposing democracy, and opposing democracy. Common interests .
“I thank God, this situation has broken out and we can see it well because it can be corrected, right?”
Vatican says vaccines are morally acceptable
Some research teams believe that the coronavirus vaccine is made from cells from aborted fetuses. These cells are actually made in the laboratory from tissues obtained decades ago, not directly made from aborted fetuses.
The Vatican Creed Diocese stated in a note approved by Francis: “It is morally acceptable to accept the Covid-19 vaccine using aborted fetal cell lines during pregnancy and delivery.”
The statement was issued and signed by the president in response to a number of requirements regarding vaccine use guidelines.