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

UK

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

http://dailym.ai/2MPhtgY

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

https://bit.ly/3aVkO6a

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

https://bit.ly/3jHYSQ3

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

http://dailym.ai/3cV6L3n

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

https://bit.ly/3q79LgR

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

https://bit.ly/3cWwgB9

Commonwealth

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

https://tgam.ca/2LB3Xgo

USA

Will Catholics Ever Return to Mass?

https://bit.ly/3rzGcoc

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