A second test carried out on Pope Francis, head of the Roman Catholic Church, has come out negative, different reports said on Thursday, March 26.
It was learnt that the test result was released after one person in the residence of the pope tested positive to coronavirus.
The reports also quoted many Italian newspapers as quoting reputable sources confirming the current health status of the pope.
Pope Francis’ second result is out, he is negative
The person, a clergyman, who tested positive is said to have lived for years in the pope’s Saint Martha’s residence.
Daily Mail reports that the 83-year-old Pontiff was tested on Wednesday, March 25, along with those who surround him, who also all tested negative.
The report said the pope is in sound health and even engaged in a live-streamed mass the Santa Marta church in the morning of March 26.