Gizmodo's Report: ISS Hole Drilled From the Inside, Cosmonaut Says has made me realize I've lost track of the hole. It was in the part of a Soyuz spacecraft docked to the ISS wouldn't contain the crew during reentry, and recently the capsule segment of a Soyuz spacecraft has returned to Earth after the spacewalk happened to check out the outside of the hole.
But I don't know if the returning craft is the "holy craft" or a different one; the ISS was looking like a parking garage recently with so many spacecraft docked to it.
So is the hole still at the ISS, or has it been released to LEO, or re-entered the atmosphere? Where is the hole now?
below: screenshot from a recent Roscosmos tweet of cosmonaut Sergey Prokopyev (presumably) talking about the lead detection and repair and showing an ULD? (I can't speak Russian, but presumably this is correct.) Translating the text using Google:
"Friends, I decided to shoot a video to answer your numerous comments and dispel rumors. Everything is calm on the ISS! "
below: from @BowlOfRed's answer, Source
below: from this answer, Source?
below: from With six spacecraft currently docked at the ISS, how could Santa (or anyone else) deliver presents?, Source.