Fraternity, solidarity, and vaccines are needed to combat Covid pandemic, Vatican diplomat says
March 18, 2021
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CWN Editor's Note: Msgr. Janusz Urbańczyk is Permanent Observer of the Holy See to the United Nations Office in Vienna (as well as several Vienna-based agencies), addressed a meeting of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.The above note supplements, highlights, or corrects details in the original source (link above). About CWN news coverage.
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Posted by: Randal Mandock -
Mar. 19, 2021 2:56 PM ET USA
Benefits of current vaccines: partial prevention of symptomatic Covid, lessen its severity, avoid overwhelming of ICUs. Drawbacks: do not prevent Covid infection, transmission, or masking. From MSN "news", 18 March 2021: ""COVID-19 patients who went to the hospital and were given aspirin within 24 hours of their admission or in the seven days before were less likely to need to go on a ventilator, spend time in the intensive care unit, or die from the virus." What's better: treatment or vaccine?