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The local press in the Veneto region reported the incident, adding that the abbot was the sister of a 72-year-old retired doctor who lodged a complaint.

The 77-year-old nun is a staunch opponent of vaccines COVID-19And her brother is a committed supporter who volunteers at the vaccination center. The daily Il Gazzettino explained that their feud did not remain in the family, but ended up in the Diocese of Padua.

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The doctor learned that five other nuns from Montegalda had not been vaccinated, so he informed the local diocese.

He wrote in a letter carried by the magazine: “Despite the pleas to be made plantingled by the Pope, the bishops and the president (ItalianSergio Mattarella, you have an anti-vaccine cache that uses images and slogans about to be mocked.”

Then he explained, “It’s a monastery in Montegalda with the headmistress getting the daily stupid anti-vaccine propaganda from her cell phone.” “The most important thing is that she is my sister,” he added.

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The Archdiocese – in response to this letter – has reminded its missionaries that the local bishop and other clergy have repeatedly called for a responsible attitude to themselves and others, and immunization against COVID-19. Father Daniele Longato from the press office of the Diocese of Padua added that the Church’s appeals are directed exclusively to “the sense of responsibility in each person”.

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According to a local newspaper, it appears that the nun has begun to change her mind and has announced that she will receive a vaccination in September.

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