I performed follow-up measurements of this object while it was still on the PCCP webpage. Stacking of 15 unfiltered exposures, 120-sec each, obtained remotely, from Telescope Live (El Sauce, Chile) on 2020, March 25.3, through 0.6-m f/6.5 astrograph + CCD, shows that this object appears slightly diffuse compared to the nearby field stars of similar brightness.
The following orbital elements by S. Nakano, Sumoto, Japan, are from 119 observations spanning 2019 May 27-2020 Apr. 1 (mean residual 0".30); prediscovery images were found by R. Weryk (F51); the corresponding original and future values of 1/a are +0.000016 and -0.000016 AU**-1, respectively. The comet passed 2.89 AU from Saturn on 2018 Mar. 12 UT.
Epoch = 2022 June 30.0 TT
T = 2022 July 15.84933 TT Peri. = 48.37394
e = 1.0054516 Node = 250.27242 2000.0
q = 8.8153702 AU Incl. = 163.58534
by Ernesto Guido