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Vatican does coronavirus testing, says Pope Francis does not have virus

Catholic Herald Saturday, 28 March 2020
The Vatican has said Pope Francis does not have the coronavirus, and that recent testing of 170 Holy See employees for COVID-19 resulted in only one new case.

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Pope Francis and his closest aides do not have coronavirus. Reuters reports tests were made on 170 people in the Vatican. Six showed positive, including one who lives in the Santa Marta guesthouse. I can confirm that neither the Holy Father nor his closest aides are among these. Vatican Spokesman...

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