The spiritual leader of the Catholic world, Pope Francis, has been discharged from the hospital, where he was taken due to shortness of breath.
Pope Francis has been discharged from the Gemelli Hospital in Rome, the capital of Italy, where he was admitted on March 29. “I’m still alive,” said the Pope, greeting those waiting outside.
Pope Francis, 86, the Catholic spiritual leader, was discharged from the Gemelli Hospital in Rome, Italy’s capital, on Wednesday, where he was admitted due to shortness of breath.
The Vatican said in a statement that Pope Francis, who was diagnosed with bronchitis, quickly responded to treatment.
Leaving the hospital in the morning, Pope Francis greeted the journalists waiting for him outside and those who wished him a speedy recovery.
Saying: “I’m not afraid, I’m still alive,” the Pope went to the Vatican in his car.
Vatican spokesman Matteo Bruni said in a March 29 statement that Pope Francis has had breathing problems in recent days and will remain in the hospital for a few days to treat a respiratory infection and said: “Tests showed he has a respiratory infection , which will require treatment within a few days.
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