By ZENIT Staff

The Vatican has a 10th case of coronavirus, according to a statement released April 28, 2020, by the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni.

“In the past few days, another Covid-19 positive employee has been identified,” Bruni said. “The person had presented symptoms in March and remained in solitary confinement, continuing to work remotely. Having no symptoms, the employee is now in quarantine and the necessary health measures for the workplace have been taken as a precaution, and checks have been carried out among colleagues, with negative results.”

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