Coronavirus in the Temple of Divine Providence. There is an appeal for people with symptoms to report to the Sanepid

The Temple of Divine Providence informs on its website that one of the priests has a coronavirus and may have had contact with the faithful.

We read on the website that “all people who had direct contact with Fr Bartosz Kuczmarski from October 3, and who notice disturbing symptoms that may suggest infection with coronavirus, are asked to immediate consultation with the primary care physician by teleportation and informing the Poviat Sanitary and Epidemiological Station in the Capital City of Warsaw (tel: 22 310 79 41 or 781 824 416, e-mail: “.

The parish had previously reported that the Holy Masses are now held unchanged. Masses and services are available online on the Divine Providence Center channel on YouTube.

In addition, the parish reminds us of the obligation to wear masks in the church and encourages the reception of holy communion in the hand.

Coronavirus in Warsaw. 409 new cases

According to the data of the Department of Health, 409 new cases of coronavirus were detected in Warsaw only in the last 24 hours, and 61 people were hospitalized. In total, there are 365 COVID-19 patients in hospitals, and there are currently 4,250 patients in the capital.

In Poland, 5,300 new coronavirus infections were registered daily, informed the Ministry of Health. This is most since the beginning of the pandemic. As a result of the coronavirus, 54 people died and 1,107 people recovered. The largest number of new infections is in the Mazowieckie voivodship – 816. In Ma³opolska, 631 more cases have been confirmed, in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie voivodship – 554, and in Silesia – 412.

The Ministry of Health informed that 4 thousand 725 people are now in hospitals due to coronavirus infection. 346 patients are connected to ventilators.

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