translated from Spanish: Positive to covid-19 Archbishop of Tulancingo, Hidalgo

Pachucha, Hidalgo.- All the activities of Tulancingo, Hidalgo, of the next 14 days were suspended after it became known that Archbishop Domingo Díaz Martínez tested positive for covid-19, thus becomes the sixth bishop to be diagnosed with this virus. The Archdiocese’s press office reported this Tuesday the cleric has no symptoms of the disease so far. However, it is in house isolation by medical recommendation and to avoid spreading the virus.
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After learning that he is a carrier of the virus, the Archbishop urged priests and lay people to take the laboratory test to detect the Sars-Cov-2 virus, in order to be more certain about their health states. It should be noted that in the statement issued by the Archdiocese, where he discloses the state of health of the father they call on the faithful to raise their prayers for patients with coronavirus.
We ask for your prayer for your prompt recovery and that of all the people infected in the world”

Worsening health of Bishop of Chilpancingo, Cuernavaca
On the same day that Archbishop Domingo Díaz Martínez’s diagnosis was made known, the medical staff in charge of the care of Bishop Salvador Rangel Mendoza reported that his state of health worsened due to complications arising from covid-19. According to information from the press office of the Diocese of Chilpancingo-Chilapa, Father Rangel Mendoza was transferred to a hospital in the city of Cuernavaca due to minor complications. For his part, medical staff explained that the bishop presents a moderate picture of respiratory broncho problems that keeps him in the respiratory intensive care unit.
The bishop’s breathing remains stable, adequately saturating his oxygenation, so it is noted that he is already evolving favorably,” they revealed.

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