Vatican Confirms First Case of Coronavirus

Jannie Delucca

ROME—The first coronavirus case in the Vatican was confirmed on Friday, as the epidemic continued to spread in Italy.

The Vatican spokesman, Matteo Bruni, said that a patient of the Vatican City’s on-site health facility had tested positive for the new coronavirus on Thursday and that the Italian authorities had been informed.

The Vatican…

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