The Episcopal/Anglican church in Ras el Soda hosts a vaccination campaign against the Coronavirus
The Episcopal/Anglican Church of Jesus the King in the Ras Al Soda region in Alexandria hosted a vaccination campaign against the Coronavirus, in coordination with the Egyptian Ministry of Health.
For his part, Reverend Mina Helmy, the church’s pastor, said in a statement issued by the Episcopal Church today that more than 100 Muslims and Christians have received coronavirus vaccines at the church’s headquarters, stressing that this campaign was carried out in coordination with the Ministry of Health and with the efforts of parliamentarian Abu Al-Abbas Farhat Al-Turki, deputy of the department.
Pastor Helmy stressed that the church is keen to play its social role, as it opened its doors to receive those wishing to receive the vaccine who meet the requirements of the Ministry of Health, as a contribution from the church in supporting the Egyptian state in its efforts to ward off the threat of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Last year, the Cathedral of All Saints in Zamalek organized a similar campaign to receive vaccinations that benefited church employees and parishioners of different nationalities without discrimination.