Vatican: No Religious Exemptions From Covid-19 Vaccines

The Vatican is usually slowly forcing staff to take a vaccine, starting with the Swiss Guard

The Vatican won’t allow any religious exemptions from taking the Covid-19 shot, despite the fact that a lot of vaccines were developed using or tested on aborted fetus cells.

Staff at the Vatican City must provide a health certificate – called the Green Pass in Italy – that shows a recent, harmful Covid-19 test or a vaccination – and there’s no religious exemptions.

Great the Vatican is gradually forcing staff to take the vaccine, starting with the Swiss Guard.

“ Those who oppose vaccination on religious grounds have often cited the use of cells from fetuses aborted decades back in the development of immunizations, including in those aimed at combating Covid-19, ” reported RT. “ The Congregation for that Doctrine of the Faith – the oldest among the 9 congregations of the Roman Curia –   declared   last year that, so long as no other option can be obtained, it is morally acceptable to receive such vaccines. ”

The Vatican was offering other options, however.

For one, the Vatican was allowing staff in order to submit to regular Covid testing instead of taking a vaccine.

Presumably this is exactly what Vatican staff who needed a religious exemption from the vaccine were doing.

Additionally , the Vatican City could allow personnel who’ve already been sick through Covid and hence developed an all natural immunity to it to enter the grounds.

Granted, these options are simply popular solutions, but they do offer the counter-argument to claim that “ no other option is available” to those unwilling to take a go.

As earlier reported, 3 Swiss Guards have resigned rather than take a mandatory Covid-19 shot.

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