Pope Francis discharged from hospital after intestinal surgery

Because of colitis, Pope Francis had to undergo a long operation. Now the head of the church is on the mend and has been allowed to leave the clinic.

Pope Francis has been released from hospital after having an intestinal surgery. The 84-year-old head of the Catholic Church left Jamili University Hospital on Wednesday ROM In a dark car with tinted windows, a photographer from Agence France-Presse reported.

On July 4, Francis underwent a planned operation that lasted about three hours for colitis. Part of his intestines were removed. Then he had a fever in the meantime. However, the doctors later gave it all up.

The previous operation was performed ten times in the clinic

On Sunday, the Pope held the Angels Prayer again in front of the faithful from the hospital balcony. While recovering, he said, he “learns the importance of quality, accessible health care”. On Tuesday, Francis used his hospital stay to visit the clinic’s pediatric cancer ward.

According to Vatican news, it was for Pope Francis His first in-clinic stay in northern Rome since the beginning of his pontificate in 2013, his predecessor John Paul II (1979-2005) had surgery a total of ten times in the clinic.

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