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Archbishop of Nigeria urges Nigerians to receive Covid-19 vaccine

Archbishop Henry Ndukuba says Nigerians must ensure they receive Covid-19 vaccine when general vaccination starts in the country.

01 March 2021

Archbishop Makgoba asks to make vaccine available in South Africa

Archbishop of Cape Town, Thabo Makgoba, has asked the Biden administration to make the Moderna vaccine available in South Africa.

01 March 2021

Archbishop of Canterbury receives Covid-19 vaccine as hospital chaplaincy volunteer

Archbishop Justin Welby, a volunteer chaplain at St Thomas’ Hospital in central London, received his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine.

18 January 2021

Building Hope Together – report highlights Anglican Communion responses to Covid-19

Anglican churches around the world have remained “a committed, loving and active presence in their communities” during Covid pandemic.

14 December 2020

Global Anglican leaders call for “equitable” Covid-19 vaccine roll-out to world’s vulnerable

Anglican Communion Primates discussed the Covid-19 pandemic and called for vaccines to be made available to the world’s poorest.

12 November 2020

Canadian Primate concerned about growth in societal stress as Covid-19 pandemic lingers

Archbishop Linda Nicholls says “semi-permanent pattern of living and working” with Covid-19 is leading to a rise in mental health issues.

11 November 2020

Anglican network warns of Covid-19 impact on indigenous communities around the world

The Anglican Indigenous Network is concerned that “one size fits all” responses to Covid-19 will not give indigenous people an equal chance of surviving the disease.

20 April 2020

Anglican Church of Korea sends aid to New York as Churches gear up Covid-19 response

The Episcopal Church’s Diocese of New York is set to receive a package of facemasks and hand sanitiser donated by Anglicans in Daejeon.

20 April 2020

Global Covid-19 victims remembered daily at the mother church of the Anglican Communion

The oldest bell in Canterbury Cathedral, named after Prince Henry of Eastry, is tolling for two minutes every night at 8 pm BST (7 pm GMT).

14 April 2020

“Easter isn’t cancelled” – Churches celebrate the resurrection despite global lock-down

Queen Elizabeth’s first ever Easter Message offers hope as Churches find new ways to proclaim Christ’s resurrection.

13 April 2020