The head of the Serbian Orthodox Church in Montenegro has been hospitalized after testing positive for the coronavirus, a church statement quoted on October 6 by Serbian media said.
Metropolitan Amfilohije, 82, is in the Clinical Center of Podgorica according to a church announcement quoted by the N1 TV channel. He has spent the last few days in home isolation under constant medical supervision, the statement said.
Metropolitan Amfilohije will remain in the hospital as long as the infection lasts, the statement said, adding that the facility is better equipped to provide treatment.
He feels well and is not experiencing significant difficulties, according to the statement, which said doctors assessed his condition as stable.
"We call on the brothers and sisters to pray fervently, full of faith and love -- both for the Metropolitan’s speedy recovery, and for the health and progress of all the sick,” the statement said.
Head Of Serbian Orthodox Church In Montenegro Hospitalized With COVID-19
Wives Of Russian Officers Urge Buryatia Leader To Return Their Husbands From Ukraine2
Three Belarusian 'Railway Guerrillas' May Face Death Penalty3
Investigation: Free From Western Sanctions, A Russian Bank Helps Fund The Invasion Of Ukraine4
Interview: Can Russia Maintain Its Momentum In Ukraine's East?5
Ukraine Says It Has Retaken Infamous Snake Island; Russia Says It Withdrew For 'Goodwill'6
Ukraine Takes Control Of Snake Island, Fighting Rages In Lysychansk7
Putin Arrives In Tajikistan For First Stop On Trip To Central Asia8
'Run This Russian Over!' Ukrainian Tank Crew Recounts Battle9
Russia Deeply Offended By Johnson's 'Toxic Masculinity' Comment On Putin's Decision To Invade Ukraine10
'Fighting Everywhere' In Lysychansk As Russia Steps Up Attacks Across Ukraine