Vatican City Remains Healthy

Vatican City currently has no confirmed cases of coronavirus said The Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, announcing that the last person in the Vatican to have been reported sick in the past few weeks also tested negative for COVID-19.

This simply proves that it is possible to defeat the transmission of the virus through proper measures that we’ve all been learning about over the last several months. This good news comes to us after a statement released on Saturday from the Holy See.

Covid-19 Vaccine Progress

There is potential for a vaccine to be put to market possibly in 12-18 months if all goes according to plan. Progress is currently in phase 1-3 with other options that are in the pre-clinical stages of research and development. Vaccines take a long time to produce so it is important that we all remain patient, strong and optimistic during this time of limbo and obedience. Earth strong!

In order to defy fake news please check major news resources that are trusted and concrete in their information regarding the pandemic.

All too many times people do not do the extra research and misinformation can then spread causing panic and disorder within our sharing of information. Let’s all make sure we are on the same page.