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Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi gets out of an invisible hospital

Milan: Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi left the San Raffaele Hospital in Milan after a five-day stay, a spokesman for his Forza Italia (going to Italy!) Party said on Saturday.
Berlusconi, 84, exited from the side entrance and was invisible to photographers and photographers waiting outside the front door.
Recently, there has been growing speculation that Berlusconi’s health is badly deteriorating. His doctor hasn’t released detailed updates on his condition for weeks, but his party denied he was in crisis on Friday.
“This is not the moment of the death article,” said one party source.
Billionaire businessmen have checked in to hospitals many times after being infected with the coronavirus last September. He told reporters when he survived the “most dangerous challenge” of his life, but sources later said he continued to suffer from the negative effects of the deadly virus.
He was hospitalized in March and twice in April. He also went to the hospital in January because of a heart problem.
Political ally Matteo Salvini told reporters Friday that Berlusconi was “not very good,” but he predicted he would soon bounce back.

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi gets out of an invisible hospital

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