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The Pope improves, the drip suspended and no fever


Highlights: The Pope's condition is normal, according to a statement from the Vatican. Pope Francis is still recovering from a bout of pneumonia. He is expected to make a full recovery by the end of the month, the statement said. The Pope has asked for prayers for those who are suffering from the illness. The Vatican has not released any further details about the illness or the condition of the Pope's family. The statement said that the Pope is doing well and that he is praying for his family and friends.

The pontiff's post-operative course at the Gemelli Polyclinic continues positively, after the bowel surgery he underwent on Wednesday. Bergoglio got out of bed was also in an armchair (ANSA)

"The medical staff informs that the Pope's post-operative course continues to be regular and normal. The Holy Father is apiretic, hemodynamic parameters are normal, he has suspended drips and continued to feed himself with a liquid diet. In the afternoon he gathered in prayer and dedicated himself to work activities. In the evening he received the Eucharist." This was reported by the director of the Vatican press office, Matteo Bruni.

"I warmly thank you for the prayers and the many messages of closeness and affection that have come in these days. I pray for everyone, especially for those who suffer. I ask you to continue to pray for me." So the Pope in a tweet.

"Pope Francis rested overnight. The medical team informs that the clinical picture is progressively improving and the post-operative course is regular. After breakfast, His Holiness began to mobilize, spending most of the morning in an armchair. This allowed him to read newspapers and resume work initially." This was reported by Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni.

Source: ansa

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