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Instead, Berlusconi was reported to be in isolation in a 6th floor section of the hospital set aside for VIPs. Alberto Zangrillo, who is also on the staff of San Raffaele hospital, where Berlusconi was taken in the early hours of the day, told reporters that test results are reassuring and “makes us optimistic” for his recovery over the next “hours and days.” (Claudio Furlan/LaPresse via AP), Connect with the definitive source for global and local news, https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak. more than 60 coronavirus cases had been linked to the club. Then he said he had a fever and felt achy but still vowed to campaign for his Forza Italia party in upcoming regional elections. Berlusconi, he said, resisted at first — “his mood’s not the best” — but agreed to be hospitalized after hearing the details of his condition, Zangrillo said. ROME (AP) — Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is responding “optimally” to COVID-19 treatment but is the most vulnerable type of patient and is in “the most delicate phase” of his infection, his personal doctor said Sunday. He also has had bowel surgery and suffered an inflammatory eye condition in the past. On Thursday, Berlusconi, speaking in a strong but somewhat nasal voice from his estate on the outskirts of Milan, told his supporters via audio hookup he no longer had fever or pain. “The overall clinical picture appears to be improving”, writes the doctor. All rights reserved. The three-time premier checked into the San Raffaele hospital in Milan early Friday after testing positive for the virus earlier in the week. To date, Berlusconi is believed to still be in a VIP ward at the clinic, not in intensive care. Former Italian PM hospitalised as a precautionary measure after testing positive for Covid, Fri 4 Sep 2020 16.45 BST Why was Lombardy hit harder than Italy's other regions? Berlusconi referred to himself and his family when he said about COVID-19 in comments to Italy’s La Stampa newspaper on Thursday: “Unfortunately this isn’t a cold...Now I realize more than ever how grave“ the pandemic is. Berlusconi, who is 84 this month, was taken to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan on Thursday night. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. He appeared to acknowledge his error during an interview on the Cartabianca current affairs programme on Tuesday. Zangrillo is head of intensive care at San Raffaele. Official data shows that men aged 80-87 have the highest COVID-19 death rate among all cases in Italy, at 47%. Alberto Zangrillo, who is also on the staff of San Raffaele Hospital, where Berlusconi was taken early in the day, told reporters that test results were reassuring and “make us optimistic” for the 83-year-old business mogul’s recovery over the next “hours and days.”. Zangrillo suggested Berlusconi wouldn’t be released anytime soon, adding that fighting coronavirus “requires adequate treatment and takes its time.”. Zangrillo, who is also Briatore’s doctor, provoked widespread criticism in late May after claiming coronavirus “no longer exists clinically”. Alberto Zangrillo, the … Then he said he had a fever and felt achy but still vowed to campaign for his Forza Italia party in upcoming regional elections. Berlusconi turns 84 in a few weeks and has had a history of heart problems that required a pacemaker several years ago. The news of Berlusconi’s positivity was released last Wednesday. All rights reserved. He has not been admitted to intensive care. Corriere della Sera reported on Friday that a CT scan revealed signs of a bilateral pneumonia, so Berlusconi was kept in hospital. “This doesn’t mean we can claim victory because, as you know, he belongs to the most fragile category,” given his age. Italian police broaden inquiry into care home where 190 have reportedly died, EU offers 'heartfelt apology' to Italy over coronavirus response, Mafia-linked funeral investigated amid coronavirus lockdown, Calls in Italy to rescue people at sea after fears of more migrant deaths, Half of coronavirus deaths happen in care homes, data from EU suggests. Another seven people with COVID died over the past day, the health ministry reported, bringing Italy’s official death toll to 35,541, the second-highest in Europe after Britain. Another seven people with COVID died over the past day, the health ministry reported, bringing Italy’s official death toll to 35,541, the second-highest in Europe after Britain. The decision also took into consideration his age — the former three-time premier turns 84 in a few weeks — and previous health conditions, which included heart problems that necessitated a pacemaker implant several years ago. “[The virus] is very bad,” he said. Berlusconi spent some of his summer vacation at his seaside villa on Sardinia’s Emerald Coast. Many of Italy’s recent cases of COVID-19 have been linked to clusters in people who vacationed in Sardinia. Italian former Premier Silvio Berlusconi wears a face mask as he leaves the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Italy, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Follow AP pandemic coverage at http://apnews.com/VirusOutbreak and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak, Copyright owned or licensed by Toronto Star Newspapers Limited. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Both Italy’s virus caseload and ICU numbers have been rising in recent weeks, mostly among Italians returning from vacation. Fdi: "Tenacious Fighter" News/Politics 2020-09-07T14:50:33.686Z. The former Italian prime minister, who was admitted to Milan’s San Raffaele hospital on Thursday, made the comments in a phone call to a candidate from his Forza Italia party during a regional elections rally in the Aosta Valley. It can be read in the bulletin issued by Professor Alberto Zangrillo, doctor of the former premier and head of intensive care at the hospital. “He was asymptomatic, then tests and his age suggested hospitalisation [was needed],” Zangrillo said on Friday. © 2020 Guardian News & Media Limited or its affiliated companies. Berlusconi was also recently pictured at his villa alongside Flavio Briatore, the former Formula One team boss and owner of the island’s Billionaire nightclub, where an outbreak occurred. Berlusconi spent some of his summer vacation at his seaside villa on Sardinia’s Emerald Coast. After testing positive for the virus this week, Berlusconi vowed to keep campaigning for Forza Italia, the centre-right party he created more than 25 years ago, ahead of upcoming regional elections. I will participate in every possible way in the election campaign. Alberto Zangrillo, who is also on the staff of San Raffaele Hospital, where Berlusconi was taken early in the day, told reporters that test results were reassuring and “make us optimistic” for the 83-year-old business mogul's recovery over the next “hours and days.” That, along with other medical test results, “lets us be optimistic over the next hours and the next days” about the prognosist, he said. The most important news stories of the day, curated by Post editors and delivered every morning. Newspapers Limited, One Yonge Street, 4th floor, Toronto, ON, M5E 1E6, https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak. Berlusconi, who led three Italian governments between 1994 and 2011, was tested for Covid-19 after a stay at his villa on Sardinia’s Costa Smeralda, where several coronavirus clusters that emerged in August were traced to nightclubs, including Billionaire, owned by the former Formula One team boss Flavio Briatore. It can be read in the bulletin issued by Professor Alberto Zangrillo, doctor of the former premier and head of intensive care at the hospital. Tajani: "Not worried, but sorry." On 12 August, Briatore shared a video of the two together at Berlusconi’s villa. This copy is for your personal non-commercial use only. At the time, he had the early stages of a lung infection. “This doesn’t mean we can claim victory because, as you know, he belongs to the most fragile category,” given his age. Berlusconi’s condition is continuing to improve, his doctor, Alberto Zangrillo, said on Tuesday. Both Italy’s virus caseload and ICU numbers have been rising in recent weeks, mostly among Italians returning from vacation. To order Berlusconi spent some of his summer vacation at his seaside villa on Sardinia’s Emerald Coast. All He had been isolating at his home in Arcore, a village close to Milan, before being hospitalised. Coronavirus, Zangrillo: Berlusconi's clinical picture is "improving" News/Politics 2020-09-04T08:12:05.984Z. Zangrillo has been criticized for having asserted at the end of May, when Italy’s lockdown had greatly slowed its rate of new infections to just a few hundred a day, that “clinically speaking the virus doesn’t exist anymore.” Zangrillo has since acknowledged that statement was too strong and “off-key” and was based on observing that fewer patients required intensive care at the time. Berlusconi’s Forza Italia is competing in six regional elections this month in coalition with the far-right parties the League and Brothers of Italy. Zangrillo is in charge of intensive care and anesthesiology at San Raffaele Hospital. to colleagues, clients or customers, or inquire about Earlier in the week he said he tested positive but showed no symptoms. Many of Italy’s recent cases of COVID-19 have been linked to clusters in people who vacationed in Sardinia. All rights reserved. He has not been admitted to intensive care. I am fine and I keep working. By signing up you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. In 2006, he had heart tests at San Raffaele after fainting during a speech. Older teachers in Italy fear Covid-19 risks as schools return, Silvio Berlusconi tests positive for Covid-19 after Sardinia visit. Earlier in the week he said he tested positive but showed no symptoms. permissions/licensing, please go to: www.TorontoStarReprints.com. In 1997, Berlusconi successfully battled prostate cancer. rights reserved. Berlusconi tested positive for the virus Sept. 2 and was admitted to San Raffaele early Sept. 4 with the beginnings of pneumonia. Dr. Alberto Zangrillo repeated that he nevertheless remained “cautiously optimistic” about Berlusconi’s recovery. ROME — Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi is responding “optimally” to COVID-19 treatment but is the most vulnerable type of patient and is in “the most delicate phase” of his infection, his personal doctor said Sunday. “It has been the most dangerous test of my life,” Berlusconi told reporters after leaving the hospital, adding that he “dodged a bullet once again.” presentation-ready copies of Toronto Star content for distribution Zangrillo has been criticized for having asserted at the end of May, when Italy’s lockdown had greatly slowed its rate of new infections to just a few hundred a day, that “clinically speaking the virus doesn’t exist anymore.” Zangrillo has since acknowledged that statement was too strong and “off-key” and was based on observing that fewer patients required intensive care at the time. At the time, Zangrillo said Berlusconi was asymptomatic. Berlusconi was confirmed to have tested positive for coronavirus on Wednesday night. Earlier, Italian state radio said tests showed the media mogul had the “beginnings” of pneumonia in both lungs. In 1997, Berlusconi successfully battled prostate cancer. On Sunday, Italy added another 1,297 confirmed infections to its official toll. Official data shows that men aged 80-87 have the highest COVID-19 death rate among all cases in Italy, at 47%. The party lost its popularity with Italian voters in recent years as he battled legal problems linked to his media empire and his famed “bunga bunga” parties with young women. His youngest son, Luigi, and daughter Barbara also have the virus, as does his girlfriend, Marta Fascina, a politician with Forza Italia with whom he began a relationship this year. Follow AP’s pandemic coverage at http://apnews.com/VirusOutbreak and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak. To order copies of Toronto Star articles, please go to: www.TorontoStarReprints.com, The Toronto Star and thestar.com, each property of Toronto Star He told supporters on Wednesday he was “by their side”. Berlusconi, 83, said that of the thousands of coronavirus tests carried out at San Raffaele hospital, doctors told him that he had the worst viral load. Former Italy PM claims doctors have told him he is ‘No 1’ in terms of severity of viral load, Wed 9 Sep 2020 12.54 BST Asked if any family members were hospitalized, Zangrillo said no. Berlusconi, 83, said that of the thousands of coronavirus tests carried out at San Raffaele hospital, doctors told him that he had the worst viral load. Berlusconi, who is 84 this month, was taken to the San Raffaele hospital in Milan on Thursday night. 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He had been there several times in past years for previous medical problems. Zangrillo is head of intensive care at San Raffaele. Berlusconi. ROME - Former Italian Premier Silvio Berlusconi, who tested positive for COVID-19 this week, has an early-stage lung infection but was breathing on his own after being hospitalized in Milan and hasn’t been intubated, his personal physician said Friday. However, Zangrillo stressed that his patient isn’t in intensive care. © Reuters/DANIELE MASCOLO Professor Alberto Zangrillo, doctor of the former premier and head of intensive care at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan ROME (Reuters) – The conditions of Forza Italia leader Silvio Berlusconi, hospitalized at San Raffaele in Milan after contracting the coronavirus and developing bilateral pneumonia, are improving. Last modified on Wed 9 Sep 2020 16.15 BST. “I can say now, clearly, looking you in the eye, the clinical indications, backed by diagnostic tests, are calming, comforting” regarding Berlusconi’s condition, the doctor said. In 1997, Berlusconi successfully battled prostate cancer. In 2016, Berlusconi underwent heart surgery at the same hospital to replace a faulty aortic valve. “[The virus] is very bad,” he said. Berlusconi’s companion, a young woman who formerly worked at the office of the soccer team he used to own, also reportedly tested positive for the virus. Despite the hospitalization, doctors have always said they are optimistic about his recovery. Former Premier Silvio Berlusconi, who tested positive for COVID-19 this week, has an early-stage lung infection but was breathing on his own Friday after being hospitalized in Milan, his personal physician said. The newspaper said on Thursday Berlusconi told friends and colleagues he had a fever, which had passed, and felt a little tired. Berlusconi, who led three Italian governments between early 1994 and 2011, was tested for Covid-19 in light of his recent stay in Sardinia, where there have been several coronavirus clusters in recent weeks. Alberto Zangrillo, Silvio Berlusconi's longtime physician, talks to reporters at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. Republication or distribution of this content is “The patient is responding optimally to treatment,” Zangrillo told reporters outside the hospital. Berlusconi, hospitalized with COVID, has lung infection A view of the San Raffaele hospital where former Italian premier Silvio Berlusconi … Italian former Premier Silvio Berlusconi adjusts his face mask as he leaves the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Italy, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020. Many of Italy’s recent cases of COVID-19 have been linked to clusters in people who vacationed on Sardinia. Alberto Zangrillo, Silvio Berlusconi’s longtime physician, talks to reporters at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. Top news also on www.twitter.com/reuters_italia, (Angelo Amante, in the editorial office in Milan Sabina Suzzi), Video: 14.00 Breaking News | Vaccine, first doctors and the elderly (Mediaset). Follow AP’s pandemic coverage at http://apnews.com/VirusOutbreak and https://apnews.com/UnderstandingtheOutbreak, Alberto Zangrillo, Silvio Berlusconi's longtime physician, talks to reporters at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan, Friday, Sept. 4, 2020. First published on Fri 4 Sep 2020 10.07 BST. “I said that the virus is clinically dead; I made a mea culpa for an out-of-tune expression but I repeat it in meaning,” he said. Berlusconi’s girlfriend, Marta Fascina, a politician with Forza Italia, has also tested positive for coronavirus, as have his son Luigi and daughter Barbara. Alberto Zangrillo, who is also on the staff of San Raffaele hospital, where Berlusconi was taken in the early hours of the day, told reporters that test results are reassuring and “makes us optimistic” for his recovery over the next “hours and days.” (Claudio Furlan/LaPresse via AP) Sky TG24, reporting from outside the hospital, said Berlusconi had been given oxygen to aid his breathing, but Zangrillo made no mention of it. “I’m giving it my all, I hope to make it and to get back on track.”. Berlusconi, 83, was taken to Milan's San Raffaele hospital on Thursday evening, two days after his Forza Italia party announced he had coronavirus. ROME (Reuters) – The conditions of Forza Italia leader Silvio Berlusconi, hospitalized at San Raffaele in Milan after contracting the coronavirus and developing bilateral pneumonia, are improving. “I have always called for common sense: if someone goes to a nightclub without a mask and without taking precautions, I don’t think it’s my fault.”. The ESM, the bullet in the EU chamber against the economic... stroll among the colors and scents of autumn. Berlusconi turns 84 in a few weeks and has had a history of heart problems that required a pacemaker several years ago. “Silvio Berlusconi’s hospitalisation was necessary because he was considered a patient at risk for his age and for previous pathologies that are known to all of us,” Zangrillo added, while dismissing reports that Berlusconi needed respiratory support as “fantasy”.

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