The Hill reports:
The Vatican on Friday called on stakeholders to “exhaust all efforts” to fight vaccine hesitancy and inequity.
The Vatican’s bioethics academy, the Pontifical Academy for Life, has been working with the World Medical Association and the German Medical Association to address vaccine equity and hesitancy, the groups said in a joint statement.
The statement calls on stakeholders “exhaust all efforts” to ensure equitable vaccine access around the world, and to confront vaccine hesitancy by “sending a clear message about the safety and necessity of vaccines.”
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The Vatican’s bioethics academy and the World Medical Association called for an all-out effort to combat vaccine hesitancy and correct the “myths and disinformation” that are slowing the fight against the coronavirus. https://t.co/q6bfXg0F2v
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