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US News Italy-Silvio Berlusconi left the hospital without being seen

00:05  16 may  2021
00:05  16 may  2021 Source:   ouest-france.fr

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Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has left Milan's San Raffaele hospital after a five-day stay, a spokesman for his Forza Italia (Go Italy !) party said on Saturday. Berlusconi , 84, exited via a side entrance and was not seen by photographers and cameramen waiting outside the main doors. The billionaire businessman has checked into hospital on a number of occasions after coming down with coronavirus last September. He told reporters at the time he had survived “the most dangerous challenge” of his life, but sources later said he continued to suffer ill effects from the deadly virus.

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi left hospital on Monday after recovering from the new coronavirus, saying he had survived "the most dangerous challenge" of his life. "I said to myself, with satisfaction, 'You have got away with it again'," a smiling Berlusconi . Berlusconi , dressed in a dark suit and wearing a shirt and tie, said the viral load from his swab was "the highest among the tens of thousands" of patients treated at the hospital . He is believed to have caught the virus while on holiday in his villa on the Mediterranean island of Sardinia, and he urged people to take the ailment seriously.

Italy-Berlusconi / Hospital (photo): Italy-Silvio Berlusconi left the hospital without being seen

Milan, May 15 (Reuters) - the former president of the Italian Council Silvio Berlusconi has left San Raffaele Hospital in Milan after a five-day stay, announced a spokesman for the Forza Italia party.

Silvio Berlusconi, 84 years old, came out by a side entrance and was not seen by the photographers and cameramen who were waiting in front of the main doors.

Speculations have multiplied in recent days concerning a deterioration of its state of health that has not been the subject of any detailed communication for weeks from its doctors. His party had, however, denied on Friday that he was in critical condition.

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MILAN (Reuters) - Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi has left Milan's San Raffaele hospital after a five-day stay, a spokesman for his Forza Italia (Go Italy !) party said on Saturday. Berlusconi , 84, exited via a side entrance and was not seen by photographers and cameramen waiting outside the main doors. Speculation has mounted in recent days that Berlusconi 's health is deteriorating badly. His doctors have not released a detailed update on his condition for weeks, however, his party denied on Friday that he was in a critical condition.

Former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi leaves hospital 11 days after being admitted with coronavirus, describing it as "perhaps the most difficult ordeal of my life". Several school districts throughout the country have been rethinking snow days. Some schools are canceling them due to access to remote learning, while others say that snow days are "essential" for mental health.

"This is not the time to make a necrology," said a source within the party.

The former policy manager and billionaire businessman was hospitalized several times after contracting the new coronavirus last September.

At the time, he had told the journalists he had survived the "most dangerous challenge" of his life but sources then indicated that he continued to suffer from the effects of the virus.

It was hospitalized in March and again twice in April. He was also hospitalized in January for a cardiac problem.

Friday, Matteo Salvini, the leader of the Northern League and the political ally of Silvio Berlusconi, indicated to journalists that the former president "was not very good" but predicted that he would recover quickly. (Crispian Balmer, Blandine Hénault for the French version)

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