“We need to vaccinate the population,” Toronto Cardinal Thomas Collins, Canada, said into the camera in an empty St Michael's Cathedral during a live-streamed March 14 Sunday Mass.
Collins holds a doctorate in biblical theology. He apparently also considers himself an expert in vaccinology. For him, the barely tested vaccinations produced using fetal stem cells, are an “act of charity,” a “sign of hope,” and a “sensible way to get beyond” Covid-19.
He "strongly" urge everyone to get vaccinated, "That is common sense.”
Meanwhile some European areas have suspended the administration of the AstraZeneca vaccination because of suspected serious side effects.