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the billionaire and former first Italian Minister Silvio Berlusconi, again hospitalized this week for the consequences of Covid-19, "is not very fit" but will recover, said this Friday, May 14 the leader of the far-right Matteo Salvini.
, 84, has been hospitalized several times in recent months. In September, after recovering from Covid-19, he had entrusted himself from the death.
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"I spoke to Berlusconi [...]. It is not very fit but it will recover, it is a switcher, " insured the far-right leaderon the RAI public radio, this Friday, May 14th.
The Economic Daily He Sole 24 said Friday that the health status of the Cavaliere had deteriorated due to intestinal infection, but the information was not confirmed.
of the sources close to his party Forza Italia have insured the agency that he was better and that he would go out of the hospital on Saturday.
and his personal doctor, Alberto Zangrillo, assured Twitter : "All my patients are going well. Make yourself a reason. "
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