Silvio Berlusconi says ‘Once again, I’m done away with it!’ Like he leaves the hospital after Kovid-19


Silvio Berlusconi says ‘Once again, I’m done away with it!’ Because he leaves the hospital after a fight with Kovid-19

  • Silvio Berlusconi, 83, was admitted to San Rafael Hospital in Milan 11 days ago
  • Former Italian premier faces ‘extremely difficult’ time with Kovid-19
  • His daughter, Barbara, 36, and 31-year-old son Luigi also contracted the killer virus.

Silvio Berlusconi announced that he left the hospital again today after being admitted with coronovirus.

The 83-year-old former Italian premier tested positive for the Coordin-19 after returning from a holiday at his luxury villa in Sardinia.

He was admitted to the San Rafael Hospital in Milan on 3 September with a lung infection and left 11 days later.

“Once again, I think I got away with it,” he told reporters, after walking slowly, but without assistance, he left the hospital.

Silvio Berlusconi told reporters after walking slowly out of the hospital without assistance in Milan, “Once again, I have gotten away with it, feeling like I was admitted today with coronavirus.”

Mr. Berlusconi was all smiling as he walked out of the hospital today, but assuming that the 'first three days were extremely difficult

Mr. Berlusconi was all smiles as he left the hospital today, ‘the first three days were extremely difficult despite accepting

The former Italian premier addressed reporters outside the hospital, removing his face mask to speak

The former Italian premier addressed reporters outside the hospital, removing his face mask to speak

‘it was tough. Thanks to heaven, thanks to the doctors, I had the hardest time of my life.

‘The first three days were extremely difficult.’

Their two children, 36-year-old daughter Barbara and 31-year-old son Luigi, also contracted the virus, as did their partner Marta Fasina.

A former crooner who grew up in property and media, Berlusconi was the Italian prime minister for his center-right Forza Italia on three occasions between 1994 and 2011.

Despite his regular brush with legislation and health concerns, including open heart surgery, in 2016, the man known as ‘Amar’ for his longevity in politics led the Italian right for more than two decades.

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi raised waves on the press after leaving San Rafael Hospital in Milan

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi raised waves on the press after leaving San Rafael Hospital in Milan

Berlusconi is no stranger to controversies infamous for his ‘Bunga Bunga’ sex parties, where young women live in their private villas.

He survived a public scandal when it was alleged that some women were weak.

The fiery billionaire insisted this month that he would continue his political activities despite a positive virus test.

Regional elections are due in Italy later this week, as well as a referendum to reduce the number of reports in Parliament.

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