Mexican actress Silvia Pinal She will leave the COVID-19 area of the hospital where she is admitted, but will remain in the intensive care unit, her daughter, also actress Sylvia Pasquel, reported on Monday.
“If the epidemiology council considers that my mother is already in the final stage, without symptoms, and her oxygenation, heart rate and pressure are perfectly fine, they can consider the possibility of transferring her to intensive care, but already in the non-COVID area “Pasquel told the Hoy program.
Pinal, a film and television icon, entered a private hospital in Mexico City last Wednesday due to heart complications and COVID-19, which he allegedly contracted at an event over the weekend, according to her daughter Alejandra Guzmán, who is a singer. .
Since then, the health of the artist, born in Sonora in 1931, has evolved favorably, Pasquel said in an interview with Televisa’s morning program.
“A little while ago we were doing a Zoom with her, the whole family. It’s very good. All her vital signs are perfect, her oxygenation is perfect, she has no symptoms of any kind, no fever or anything. It is 100% asymptomatic. The only thing is her cough, she has a little cough ”, detailed.
Pinal’s disease has shaken the Mexican public because it is considered the “last diva” of the national cinema thanks to its famous characters and a career that dates back to 1949.
The Mexican actress rose to international fame with the Spanish director Luis Buñuel, who incorporated her in films such as “Viridiana” (1961), “The Exterminating Angel” (1962) and “Simón del Desierto” (1965).
The artist has also been noted for her role on television, where she hosted the iconic program “Woman, real life cases” for more than 20 years since 1985.
“I thank you from the heart, your prayers, your comments, your words. And yes, my mommy, bless God, she is very well. And I thank you for all your attention ”, Pasquel said before the public displays of affection.
The Pinal case occurs while Mexico deals with the arrival of the omicron variant of the coronavirus to the country, which accumulates more than 3.9 million cases and almost 300,000 deaths, the fourth highest figure in the world.