By Kostas Onisenko
Patriarch Kirill of Moscow and All Russia was vaccinated against the coronavirus, as it became known today by the Russian agency Interfax.
“His Holiness the Patriarch was vaccinated in March with one of the domestic vaccines. He is feeling well,” Vladimir Legoida, the head of the Synodal Department for Russian Church’s Relations with Society and Mass Media, told the Russian news agency today.
Legoida also pointed out that many priests and high priests of the Russian Church are currently being vaccinated.