Oxford University and AstraZeneca Making Coronavirus Vaccine Using Cells From Aborted Babies

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Oxford University and AstraZeneca Making Coronavirus Vaccine Using Cells From Aborted Babies

Multiple possible coronavirus vaccines that are on a fast track for development as the world awaits a vaccine to deal with the international pandemic. But one of the COVID-19 vaccines that is receiving the most attention is also the most controversial because it relies on cells from the body part of an aborted baby.

Catholic Bishop Rejects Coronavirus Vaccine Using Aborted Baby Parts: I Will Not Kill Children to Live

Catholic Bishop Joseph Strickland of Tyler, Texas has not been timid about speaking out against the evils of abortion and those who support it. In a letter Thursday, Strickland urged people to stand strong against the “evil practice” of using aborted baby body parts to develop vaccines, according to the Church Militant.

An Ethics Assessment of COVID-19 Vaccine Programs

Vaccine List Table updated last June 19, 2020 This is Issue 46 in CLI’s On Point Series. To view this report as a PDF, see: On Point 46: An Ethics Assessment of COVID-19 Vaccine Programs The recent global concern for a devastating disease impact by COVID-19, the disease caused by the newly identified SARS-CoV-2 (CoV-19) coronavirus, has prompted a rapid intensification of efforts to develop an effective vaccine to limit the spread of the virus and to reduce COVID-19 illness and deaths.