Vatican starts vaccinating groups of poor

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 31 – The Vatican said Wednesday that it
has started an initiative to give COVID-19 vaccines to groups of
poor people, with over 100 people staying at the Missionarie
della Carità di San Gregorio al Celio dormitory and other
shelters in Rome getting their first jabs in the Paul VI Hall.
    Other groups of people accompanied by volunteers from the
Sant’Egidio Community, Caritas, Missionari della Carità and
other Catholic associations will be vaccinated in the coming
days. (ANSA).
   

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