COVID Vaccines are Moral to use, say Ethicists, Catholic Bishops
"The good done by a vaccine in preventing the spread of a deadly disease can outweigh ethical concerns about the sourcing of cells used in research."
The two bishops who labeled the vaccines as immoral did not check their facts, he said. Or Catholic teaching. “That’s unfortunate,” he said.
Brian Green, director of Technology Ethics, quoted in Religion News Service.
Nov 25, 2020
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