For Refugees in Poor Countries Vaccines are Hard to Come By

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Around the world, countries have made some progress vaccinating against COVID-19. But for the vaccinations to reduce the number of COVID-19 transmissions, large numbers of the population must receive them, especially the most vulnerable.

In Greece, thousands of refugees fall into that category. Tasos Ioannidis of AMG International says, “Refugees have been promised vaccines. Greece follows a similar protocol that is being followed in the U.S. and in Europe. It’s focusing on the more vulnerable parts of the population first. They started with the medical professionals, and with the more elderly people.”

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Kevin Zeller

CALL TO ACTION

  • Pray the Holy Spirit would continue working powerfully in the refugee community in Greece.

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