CoronaVirus: Pope in danger as Vatican worker tests positive
Pope Francis is in coronavirus danger after a Vatican worker who lives in his
residence was hospitalised for testing positive for coronavirus.
The unidentified clergyman has lived in the Holy See’s Saint Martha’s guest house for years, reports said.
Pope Francis also uses the building as his residence, to take his meals and for private meetings.
The 83 year-old Pontiff has remained largely secluded since coming down with a cold at the end of last month.
Italy is the epicentre of Europe’s virus outbreak, recording more deaths than China.