Head of Russia’s Orthodox Church assessments optimistic for COVID-19, suffers extreme signs

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Patriarch Kirill of Moscow, the top of the Russian Orthodox Church, has examined optimistic for COVID-19, the Church’s press service stated on Friday.

The Church stated Kirill, 75, had cancelled all his deliberate journeys and occasions as he was struggling “severe symptoms” requiring mattress relaxation and isolation. It stated his situation was “satisfactory”.

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Patriarch Kirill of Moscow conducts the Orthodox Christmas service at the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, Russia, on Jan. 6, 2022. 

Patriarch Kirill of Moscow conducts the Orthodox Christmas service on the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour in Moscow, Russia, on Jan. 6, 2022. 
(REUTERS/Maxim Shemetov)

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Below Kirill, an in depth ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin and supporter of the conflict in Ukraine, the Russian Orthodox Church has develop into a strong political participant, championing Russia’s flip in direction of conservative social values.

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