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Pope Francis wears mask for first time at public service

DNA Tuesday, 20 October 2020
The pope had part of one lung removed during an illness when he was a young man in his native Argentina. He sometimes breathes heavily after climbing steps.
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Pope Francis wore a face mask to a public event for the first time while at an interfaith service in Rome on Tuesday. The pope has faced criticism for not wearing a mask during his weekly general audiences at the Vatican.

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