When the world’s greatest saints died at Saint Francis hospital

The world’s most famous hospitals were overwhelmed with people in need on Tuesday as the Catholic Church’s top medical team worked to ensure patients were taken to safety, and thousands of others were given antibiotics to help them stay alive.

The Vatican’s medical director, Monsignor Georges Bernanos, said in a video message that he was calling on doctors and other health workers to take extra care at the Catholic hospitals in the United States, France and Germany, as the virus hit Europe.

He said hospitals needed to step up efforts to help the sick and wounded.

The outbreak in the US is the worst in at least five years.

It has prompted the Vatican to close its hospitals in Boston, New York and Washington, and to issue blanket bans on public transport.

Many of the hospitals are now operating without staff.

The US has seen the largest number of confirmed cases, about 4,000, according to the World Health Organisation.

About 700 of those people have died.

The Pope said on Monday that it was a “sad day” for all those affected.

He expressed gratitude to all those who had been able to come forward to help.

He did not specify how many people were infected.

The virus has infected about 70,000 people in the three countries.

It is spread through close contact through close bodily contact, but not direct contact.

It can be spread by coughing or sneezing.

The pope said the World Conference of Catholic Bishops is calling for greater openness among medical workers.

The World Health Organization says more than 10,000 deaths have been attributed to the virus so far in the region.

The Catholic Church says it has made no changes to its policies, but has been working to limit its spread.

It says its hospitals should offer more intensive care and isolation, and that they should make sure that sick people are taken to safe rooms.

The bishops said they were working to provide guidance on how to deal with the virus in the coming days and weeks.

Some hospitals in Germany have already closed for the season, and some are still working on how they can cope with the new coronavirus.

The German health ministry says about 2,000 new cases of the virus have been diagnosed in Germany so far this year.

The French government says more people are infected in Paris and Lyon, with 2,500 confirmed cases so far, compared with more than 3,000 in the same period last year.

French President Emmanuel Macron said on Sunday that more than 1,000 more people had died from the virus.

A doctor in a Paris hospital said the hospital had been hit by “unprecedented” levels of infections, with nearly 60% of its staff leaving.

“It is clear that we are at a very dangerous time,” Dr Daniel Gourgoulis said on French television.

“I am absolutely shocked and saddened by this, but also concerned about the health of the people who have to work with us.”

The Pope has visited five hospitals in recent days to pay his respects to those who died in the worst case of the coronaviruses.

On Monday, the pope said he was praying for all the dead and was asking God to heal their souls.

The first patient to be transferred to Saint Francis Hospital in France died after suffering a heart attack.

The hospital was closed for an unspecified period.

There were also reports of more than 40 confirmed cases in France in the week to Tuesday, the highest number since March, when more than 5,000 patients died in France from the coronaju.

The BBC’s Nick Bryant in Paris says that in a town of about 5,500 people, people were leaving their homes at night to avoid the cold.

They were then told by local officials not to leave until the air temperature drops to below zero Celsius.

Our correspondent says many people are still staying at the hospital despite the lack of information.

It remains unclear how many have died or how many were infected, or whether there will be any official figures.

Some of those still at the Paris hospital were already being treated for symptoms of the disease when they arrived there, and they were told they would be moved to a hospital in nearby Saint-Denis.

But they were not allowed to go there, the French media reported.

The Paris authorities said the patients were being evacuated to Saint-Etienne-du-Rouvray, in a suburb north of the capital.

Health officials said some of the patients may have contracted the virus from other people, and there are fears they may have died of COVID-19.

The UN estimates there are more than 13 million cases worldwide.

The WHO says about 3,700 of those cases are in the Americas.

In the US, there have been more than 14,000 confirmed cases and 7,000 cases in children under the age of 5.

The UK has reported an average of 4.6 new cases per day since Monday.

On Sunday, US President Donald Trump said he would suspend travel from six Muslim-majority countries.

He later said he intended to reverse