Vatican ends vaccination campaign for those most in need
Olga Sakun – Vatican City
As Cardinal Krajewski, who heads the Papal Grace Service and the Poor’s Vaccination Campaign, explained, these are people who live on the street or spend the night in shelters, as well as those who do not have the right to be vaccinated in Italy. The hierarch added that the campaign will resume as soon as the vaccines go on the free market.
Currently, vaccines can only be purchased by states. The Papal Grace Service intends, through its diplomatic channels, to help the poorest countries – Madagascar, Venezuela, Ecuador and India, by channeling the funds collected as a result of the “Delayed Vaccine” action. Syria has already received 350 thousand euros for the purchase of vaccines and vaccination of the weakest.