4 Swiss Guards Test Positive for Kovid-19, Vatican Says

All guards have symptoms and contact tracing is being done among those with whom they may have direct contact, Matteo Bruni, director of the Holy See press office, said in a news release.
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“Meanwhile, according to instructions issued last week by the Vatican City state governor, all guards, whether on duty or not, wear masks, outdoor and indoors, and follow prescribed health measures,” Bruner said. said.

Three other residents and citizens of Vatican City recently tested positive for coronavirus. The news release states that all have mild symptoms and are isolated at home.

The Vatican City, a city-state located within Rome, is home to the Pope and the headquarters of the Roman Catholic Church.

Italy reported more than 5,000 new coronovirus cases on 9 October, representing the highest daily increase in new Kovid-19 cases since 28 March. The Council of Ministers of Italy passed a decree on Wednesday requiring mandatory use of masks in an effort to slow down. The spread of the virus across the country.


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