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Pope Francis is still suffering from “pneumonia” although he no longer has a fever

Pope Francis is still suffering from “pneumonia” although he no longer has a fever

The Vatican updated the this Wednesday Medical report from Pope Francis. As the Holy See Press Office reports, the Pope continues stable Although the “Lung infection combined with Difficulty breathing” persists.

Furthermore, they have stated that the the fever has subsidedalthough he will continue treatment Antibiotics. However, this condition did not prevent Pope Francis from attending the traditional Wednesday audience.

I’m still not feeling well

Although due to the cold wind the audience was moved from St. Peter’s Square to St. Peter’s Square Courtroom from the Vatican. “I’m still not feeling well“, confessed the holy father.

He also explained to those present that he was still sick with the flu. “My voice is not good” he commented.

The Pope spoke after the official of the Foreign Minister Filippo Ciampanelli, Throughout the hearing, read both the Catechesis like greetings in different languages.

You canceled your trip because of CO28

Because of this condition, Pope Francis had to do this Cancel your planned trip to Dubai which was scheduled between Friday, December 1st and Sunday, December 3rd. The holy father would do it Attend COP28however, you cannot participate due to medical recommendation.

Please continue to pray for the serious situation in Israel and Palestine

After his catechesis, the Pope called for the extension of the ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. “Please continue to pray for the serious situation in Israel and Palestine. Peace please, peace! I hope that the ceasefire in Gaza continues so that all hostages are released and have access to them vital humanitarian supplies”he emphasized.

He also referred to the several hundred people who have sought refuge in the compound of the Gaza Strip’s only Catholic community. “I heard from the church there that there is neither water nor bread; People suffer. It is the common people, the city dwellers, who suffer. It is not those who wage war who suffer“, warned against it.

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