Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi was released Friday from a hospital in the French Riviera city-state of Monaco where he underwent medical tests for heart problems, his press office said.
Alberto Zangrillo said he saw Berlusconi on Monday and made a decision to transfer him to a nearby hospital because he did not think it prudent to bring him to Italy, which is some 15 km (10 miles) from the small city-state. "Due to the prudence of my doctors I had to go to hospital for some checks", Berlusconi said in a Facebook post.
The 84-year-old media tycoon underwent major heart surgery in 2016 and has also survived prostate cancer.
"My activity continues as normal, in constant contact with my collaborators and protagonists of public life, in this hard moment for the country".
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Eze released Benteke in on goal but his shot was tame and it was Eze's free kick which Tomkins headed against the crossbar. The 73-year-old singled out Palace rising star Eberechi Eze for his performance and attacking prowess from set pieces.
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The story includes quotes from neighbours who remember seeing the porta-potty, and felt sympathy for the Secret Service agents. A Secret Service spokesman said it would not comment on the "resources utilised to carry out our protective mission".
The three-time former premier was hospitalised for 11 days in September after contracting covid-19, an experience he described as "the most unsafe ordeal of my life".
He contracted coronavirus after returning from a holiday at his luxury villa in Sardinia.
The spokesman for Berlusconi's centre-right Forza Italia party confirmed in a text to AFP that Berlusconi had now been discharged.
"Thank heavens, thanks to the doctors, I got over what was perhaps the most hard ordeal of my life", he said as he left hospital.
Brent Roussin, the chief provincial public health officer, made the announcement Friday afternoon from the Manitoba Legislature. Two deaths were announced Thursday: a Winnipeg man in his 60s and a man from the Prairie Mountain health region in his 90s.
NASA and SpaceX also have a YouTube livestream of the launch , with commentary from NASA mission directors and other employees. Inside the craft, astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley will lift off en route to the International Space Station.
China last month posted a trade surplus of US$78 billion, which analysts said was "at or near record levels". On the US-China surplus, she said coronavirus restrictions in the US would also have hit export capacity.
Alors que le club blaugrana devrait élire, le 24 janvier prochain, son nouveau président, l'élection a été reportée. Joan Laporta a remis 9.625 signatures validées, Victor Font 4.431 et Toni Freixa 2.634.
Saleh is expected to take 49ers passing game coordinator Mike LaFleur to the Jets as his offensive coordinator, Schefter reports. Saleh's deal is for five years, U.S. sports broadcaster ESPN reported, citing league sources.
Similar to Food, Alcoholic Beverages and Tabacco saw a relatively high month-on-month inflation (0.9%). The Retail inflation based on the Consumer Price Index (CPI) was 6.93 per cent in November.
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However, researchers are still figuring out how those components translate to protection against disease or transmission. A new national research project to study the effects of emerging mutations in SARS-CoV-2 is launched today [15 Jan].
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A "No Confidence" vote on the floor of the legislature would likely bring on the fall of government, according to NRC analysis. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte said yesterday that he had handed the resignation of his government to King Willem-Alexander.