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Archbishop Emeritus of Bangalore tests positive for COVID-19


Team Udayavani, Jul 4, 2020, 4:42 PM IST

Bengaluru: Archbishop Emeritus of Bangalore Bernard Moras has been diagnosed with mild symptoms of COVID-19 and his condition now is said to be stable.

“Most Reverend Bernard Moras, Archbishop Emeritus of Bangalore, had gone to St. John”s Medical College for a routine check-up on July 2 as he was not well. Yesterday (July 3), it was confirmed that he has mild symptoms of COVID-19 and the doctors have stated that his condition at present is stable,” Archbishop of Bangalore Peter Machado said in a message.

“We assure our beloved Archbishop Emeritus of the prayers of all the faithful in the Archdiocese and wish him a speedy recovery, he said.

The Archbishop Emeritus is aged about 78.

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