Luxembourg PM in ‘serious but stable’ condition with virus

BRUSSELS (AP) — Luxembourg Prime Minister Xavier Bettel is in a “serious but stable” condition in the hospital with a case of COVID-19. The government says he will remain in the hospital for up to four more days after he was unable to shake an infection that developed over a week ago. The government said the running of state affairs will be taken over by Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna in the meantime. Bettel, 48, was diagnosed with insufficient oxygen saturation, forcing him to remain under medical observation since the weekend. Bettel announced his positive test just after he had attended an European Union summit with 26 other leaders from the bloc for two days. No other leader has tested positive.