COVID-19 daily round up of Catholic news. 10th February 2021


Government adviser says people who ‘society values most’ could be first in line for Covid vaccines when over-50s are jabbed

St Aidan’s Catholic Church, Coulsdon, Archdiocese of Southwark, makes hall available for vaccinations

‘They didn’t die alone, their hand was in my hand’: Welsh hospital chaplains describe their work in a pandemic

Vaccinated Brits could be given scannable QR codes that allow them to travel abroad as soon as next month

Firms ‘given grants’ to develop Covid vaccine ‘passports’ despite civil liberty fears

Muslim Council of Great Britain brings case against policy preventing burials on unproven health grounds in Sri Lanka


Alberta pastor charged after Sunday church services violated COVID-19 rules


Will Catholics Ever Return to Mass?

And finally, the faithful adore the Blessed Sacrament outside at window of presbytery