The Director of the Vatican Press Office reported that the infected person habitually resides in Casa Santa Marta. The asymptomatic patient was placed in isolation as well as all the people who came into contact with him.
The coronavirus also touches Casa Santa Marta. It was the Director of the Press Office of the Holy See, Matteo Bruni, who informed journalists about a case found in the structure that houses the Pope. It is, he said, a “patient, for the moment asymptomatic”, who has “been placed in isolation, like those who had direct contact with him”, and who “has temporarily left the Casa Santa Marta, where he usually resides. “.
Bruni pointed out that “in recent days the three positive cases among residents and citizens of the Vatican City State have been cured,” while the new case has been added “to the positive ones found among the Swiss guards. The Director of the Press Office concluded by reiterating that “the provisions issued by the Holy See and the Government of the Vatican City State continue to be observed and the health of all residents of the Domus it is constantly monitored. “