Italy: Berlusconi’s condition is improving, “cautious optimism” of medical staff
According to the latest updates from medical staff, former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s condition is improving, leading to “cautious optimism” amongst the doctors treating him.
Berlusconi had tested positive for COVID-19 and had been hospitalized earlier this week. His hospitalization had raised concerns due to his age and other underlying health conditions.
However, his health has shown signs of improvement over the past few days. His oxygen saturation levels have increased, and his fever has subsided, according to the hospital’s updates.
The medical staff has stated that they will continue to monitor his condition and adjust the treatment accordingly.
Berlusconi’s Political Career
Berlusconi’s political career has been a controversial one. He has served as the Prime Minister of Italy for three different terms, with his last term ending in 2011.
His tenure has been marked by allegations of corruption, financial wrongdoing, and even his infamous “bunga bunga” parties.
Despite these controversies, Berlusconi remains a significant political figure in Italy, with his party, Forza Italia, being a major force in Italian politics.
Reactions to Berlusconi’s Hospitalization
There have been varied reactions to Berlusconi’s hospitalization, with some expressing concern for his health and others criticizing him for not taking the necessary precautions to prevent contracting COVID-19.
Regardless of political views, Berlusconi’s health remains a concern for many. The medical staff’s “cautious optimism” is a positive sign, and the public will continue to monitor his condition closely.