The Russian Orthodox push the faithful to get vaccinated. Hilarion Alfejew, the second man after the patriarch, told Russia 24 TV that those who refuse vaccination are allegedly committing a “sin” for which they will have to bear the consequences for the rest of their lives.
He added that vaccination critics must spend their life "repenting," and claimed that parishioners “regularly” tell him that they feel guilty for not being vaccinated because they allegedly passed the virus on to someone else who eventually died.
However, even official information admits that vaccinations don't stop the spreading of the virus. In recent months, the Russian Orthodox became ever more vocal about its support for the government’s "vaccination" program.
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Being Orthodox is a sin but like the vax the danger of the situation hasnt dawned on them yet,but it will.,