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Two sisters at Villa Hills monastery die from COVID-19 after 28 test positive

by Brad Underwood

WKRC

VILLA HILLS, Ky. (WKRC) – A COVID-19 outbreak at a Northern Kentucky monastery claimed the lives of two nuns as more than two dozen other sisters tested positive.

The question is: How did the coronavirus get in? During the pandemic, the sisters of St. Walburg closed the monastery to visitors and held no religious services in the hopes of staying healthy.

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https://local12.com/news/local/two-sisters-at-villa-hills-monastery-die-from-covid-19-after-28-test-positive-cincinnati

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