In Vienna’s St. Stephen's Cathedral, which dates back to 1147, an inoculation route will be opened in August, reports Kurier.at (20 July). The vaccination point will be built in the Barbara Chapel, which is located in the north tower.
Cardinal Schönborn personally wished for this desacralisation. Areas for registration and rest after the inoculation are also located in the cathedral. Advance registration is not necessary.
Twenty people per hour are to be punctured in the cathedral. Over 18s will receive the gene therapy from Johnson&Johnson, and young people between 12 and 17 will receive those from Biontech-Pfizer. Both injections are not vaccinations in the conventional sense.
The location in the cathedral is to ensure that the topic of "vaccination" remains in the conversation after the local clergy failed in the task of keeping the topic of "God" in the conversation.
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