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File: Pope Francis speaking at the papal library in Vatican

Pope Francis has made his Christmas Day plea that authorities should make the Covid-19 vaccines available to all and more especially to the most vulnerable notwithstanding who holds the patents for those vaccines. 

Further, the Pope called up leaders for nations, international organizations and businesses  to “promote cooperation and not competition, and to search for a solution for all.”

For the first time, Pope Francis broke the Christmas tradition of reading his “Urbi et Orbi” speech — Latin translated as “to the city and to the world” — from the central loggia of St. Peter’s Square, instead he read it from inside a hall at the Apostolic Palace. He was accompanied by two Christmas tree with lights on. 

During the normal times, thousands of people flood the St. Peters Square to listen to Pope’s speech and receive Christmas blessings. 


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