Assistant Pope identified coronavirus

Assistant Pope identified coronavirus

This is the 12th case of COVID-19 in the Vatican. From the beginning of March, the employee worked remotely and did not contact the pontiff.
In the Vatican, an assistant to Pope Francis was diagnosed with coronavirus. On Thursday, May 7, reports CNN with reference to the director of the press service of the Holy See Matteo Bruni.

It is noted that since the beginning of March, the ill assistant works remotely and is now under the supervision of doctors on self-isolation.
This are already 12 people in the Vatican who became infected with the coronavirus.
Earlier, the Pope announced a general prayer against the coronavirus, which will be held on Thursday, May 14.
And in March, one of the cardinals was hospitalized with coronavirus.

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