Vatican City: Cardinal Angelo de Donatis, Vicar General of the Diocese of Rome, has confirmed the coronavirus infection. It is reported that his condition at the Gemelli Hospital in Rome is satisfactory. International Catholic media reports that Cardinal Angelo says that he sees this as an opportunity for God to understand the suffering of many who are suffering and pray for them and for the whole world.
It is Cardinal Donatis who spearheads the day-to-day affairs of the Diocese of Rome, presided over by Pope Francis. Sixty-six-year-old Donatis was elected bishop in 2014 by Pope Francis. He was promoted to Vicar General of Rome in 2017 and Cardinal in 2018. He was self-isolated following fever. Meanwhile, a test of the past day also confirmed that Francis Papaku does not have a Covid19.