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March 15, 2020 8:16 PM
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An Unenviable Week of Firsts in Seattle Under COVID-19 - LongReads.com 

An Unenviable Week of Firsts in Seattle Under COVID-19 - LongReads.com  | Apollyon | Scoop.it

At The New YorkerJames Ross Gardner reflects on the past week of life and the first deaths in Seattle — the first city to feel the effects of COVID-19 in America. The city suffered the first death in the United States on Saturday, February 29th when a man in his 50s succumbed to the virus. As of now, COVID-19 has since taken the lives of 26 people in Seattle.

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Lord,

 

I pray for everyone who suffers from COVID-19.

Please comfort them in their time of need.

 

I pray for the poor souls who have succumbed to the coronavirus.

 

May they rest in peace. 

 

Amen.

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March 6, 2020 8:41 PM
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Pope Francis Tests Negative For Coronavirus - EurasiaReview.com

Pope Francis Tests Negative For Coronavirus - EurasiaReview.com | Apollyon | Scoop.it

Pope Francis has tested negative for coronavirus after illness forced him to cancel a series of engagements and a week-long stay at a spiritual retreat, an Italian newspaper has reported.

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This is the best news story of the week. Thank you Jesus.

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March 6, 2020 8:54 PM
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Article Falsely Reports on Health of Pope Francis - FactCheck.org

Article Falsely Reports on Health of Pope Francis - FactCheck.org | Apollyon | Scoop.it

An article circulating on social media claims without evidence that Pope Francis and two of his aides have tested positive for the novel coronavirus. The Vatican has said the pope has a cold, "with no symptoms related to other pathologies."...

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"An article circulating on Facebook falsely claims that Pope Francis and two of his Vatican aides have tested positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. The article, which originally appeared on the website MCM News, also includes photos of Francis looking visibly ill, blowing his nose and coughing during a Mass in Rome on Ash Wednesday." - Isabella Fertel (FactCheck.org).

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February 27, 2020 10:36 PM
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Pope Francis 'sick' a day after meeting masked Ash Wednesday audience - The Telegraph

Pope Francis 'sick' a day after meeting masked Ash Wednesday audience - The Telegraph | Apollyon | Scoop.it
Vatican officials have refused to comment on whether Pope Francis has been tested for coronavirus, confirming only that the pontiff skipped a planned Mass for the start of Lent due to a slight illness.
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“This morning the pontiff did not go to St. John Lateran basilica for the Penitential Mass with Roman clergy,” Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement given to the Telegraph. 

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