Pope Francis, who has been hospitalized in Rome since Wednesday, is being treated with antibiotics for “infectious bronchitis.”
Antibiotics led to a “significant improvement” in his condition, the medical team at Gemelli Hospital announced Thursday, writing Agerpres.
The Argentine-born pontiff, 86, is receiving “infusion antibiotic therapy that is producing promising results,” and the pontiff “will be discharged in the coming days,” medical staff indicated in a statement sent by the Vatican. “.
The pope devoted the afternoon to “rest, prayer and some work,” Holy See spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a statement.
After citing “scheduled examinations,” a Vatican spokesman announced late Wednesday that the supreme pontiff was suffering from a “respiratory infection” unrelated to COVID-19. He noted that the Pope, who has been having trouble breathing for the past few days, will be treated for “a few days.”
However, according to hospital sources cited by ANSA, “unless something unexpected happens”, the papal service could be held at the Vatican on Palm Sunday.
In a message posted on Twitter on Thursday, the Pope declared that he was “moved by the numerous messages received in the last hours”, from the bishops of many countries to US President Joe Biden. “I express my gratitude for everyone’s closeness and prayers,” Pope Francis wrote.
Release Date: 30-03-2023 22:26
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