Due to fever, Pope Francis cancels agenda

VATICAN CITY, VATICAN - MARCH 27: Pope Francis waves to the crowd as he drives around St Peter's Square ahead of his first weekly general audience as pope on March 27, 2013 in Vatican City, Vatican. Pope Francis held his weekly general audience in St Peter's Square today (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)

Matteo Bruni, spokesperson for the Vatican, informed that Pope Francis had an episode of fever, leading to the cancellation of his agenda, and he did not receive anyone in audience.

Italian media reported that the Supreme Pontiff appeared to be tired during a meeting with students on Thursday afternoon.

At the end of March, Francis was hospitalized for bronchitis, but he recovered quickly and resumed his work schedule.

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