A convent outside Detroit faces devastating losses from the coronavirus.
13 sisters have died from COVID-19, with a dozen passing away in the same month.
They were members of the Felician Sisters Convent in Livonia.
The first death was on Good Friday: a nun who was 99-years-old.
The youngest victim was 69-years-old.
The last sister who passed away initially survived the virus, but died from its effects in June.
On June 22, the convent issued a statement saying that 42 sisters had the deadly virus and 29 of them survived.
The women were among about 50 nuns who live and work on the 360-acre campus.
According to the Global Sisters Report, at the beginning of the pandemic in March, the convent implemented a no-visitors rule and restricted group activities, but the virus spread swiftly through the convent in April.