With God’s help or Corona denier? – Despite all risk factors – Pope Francis does not wear a mask at an audience


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The impacts are getting closer: 13 Swiss guardsmen have been proven to be infected with the corona virus. But the Pope sticks to his habit and does not wear mouth and nose protection during appointments. Francis is a high-risk patient. Pope Francis received Spain’s Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez for an audience without a face mask. In a photo that the Spanish head of government published after the meeting, neither Sánchez, his wife or the Pope wore masks as protection against the corona virus. Also on a video that the Vatican later published, the 83-year-old Francis spoke without his mouth and nose covering in front of the audience seated at a distance from him.

The Pope’s habit of not wearing a mask despite the corona infection numbers rising again in Italy, amazes observers. The corona virus has also spread in the Vatican itself. Several members of the Swiss Guard are infected. Among the 13 demonstrably affected, the disease has not yet progressed seriously, only some of the guardsmen showed symptoms such as fever, cough, joint pain and a loss of the sense of smell, it said. The brightly uniformed guards protect Pope Francis and his residence. On Tuesday, Francis wore a mask in public for the first time at an event in Rome, but on Wednesday he waived it again for his weekly audience. The Pope himself would be a high-risk patient should he become infected: Because of his age and also because, as a young man, parts of his lungs had been removed because of an illness.

Sánchez and his wife wore masks when they arrived at the Vatican, but no more when they left the complex. The Prime Minister said he and the Pope had agreed that the coronavirus pandemic must be addressed through multilateralism and with a focus on building „a fairer and more caring world“. In a separate statement, the Vatican said that European Union affairs, migration and relations between the Vatican and Spain were also discussed during the meeting.

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