The Holy See’s press office reports the 12th Vatican case of Covid-19 as an employee of Pope Francis.
According to CNN, Matteo Bruni, director of the Holy See’s press office, said the employee was the 12th person to catch corona virus in Vatican City.
This man worked for Pope Francis, but has been working from home since March. Before returning to work, the staff were tested on Covid-19 and this person gave a positive result.
This person is continuing to be isolated at home to treat symptoms of the disease.
Pope Francis has had two corona virus tests and all tested negative. Yesterday, the head of the Vatican also delivered an online speech which called for employers to respect the dignity of workers, especially migrants, in the face of economic difficulties caused by the Covid-19 pandemic. out.
“It is true that a crisis is affecting everyone, but dignity always needs to be respected,” Pope Francis said.
The Pope also sent prayers to all reporters and media staff working to cover the Covid-19 epidemic.
“Let us pray today for everyone working in the media. During this pandemic, they are at risk and there is much work to be done. God help them in their work to always conveys the truth, “the pope added.