Patriarch Irinej of Serbia in Stable Condition after Being Urgently Admitted to Hospital

Pravmir.com team | 02 September 2019
Patriarch Irinej of Serbia in Stable Condition after Being Urgently Admitted to Hospital
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His Holiness Patriarch Irinej of Serbia is in stable condition after being rushed to the hospital on August 29, just a day after his 89th birthday, reports telegraf.rs.

The Patriarch is continuing to undergo treatment at the Military Medical Academy. Recovery is underway and doctors expect that His Holiness will soon return to his regular duties.

Pat. Irinej regularly serves the Divine Liturgy and typically has several meetings a day and had been feeling unwell in the heat before he was taken to the hospital. He was admitted with a high fever.

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