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February 22, 2021, by Dr. Carol Burger, Ph. D.
There is a plethora of information about the current COVID-19 pandemic coming to us via print media, television, online and the anecdotal tales we hear within our social circles. Much of what we see and hear is helpful and science-based, but much more of it is misinformation that is unhelpful and, in some cases, has proven to be lethal. When it was reported on Jan. 9, 2021, that Pope Francis stated it was an “ethical choice” to be vaccinated, he was greeted with a negative outcry from some Catholic (and other) sources. The idea that some would reject the Holy Father’s suggestion that being vaccinated could save your life as well as the lives of others is frankly incomprehensible. As…


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