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Nun Dies in Greek Monastery from Coronavirus Complications

November 20, 2020

ALEXANDROUPOLIS — The metropolitan see of Alexandroupolis, in an announcement on Friday, revealed that a nun has died of complications caused by the novel coronavirus at the monastery of Theotokos Makris.

"Following a testing at the specific monastery, some nuns were tested positive for coronavirus. They were all placed under medical supervision and instructions were given, according to the protocols. Today, the sudden death of a nun was reported, after she presented symptoms that led to a heart attack and pulmonary embolism," said the announcement.

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