Rome, April 17 Three-time Italian prime minister and Forza Italia president Silvio Berlusconi, 86, is responding well to treatment, which saw him released from intensive care and moved upstairs to San Rafael from Milan, where the patient was admitted on April 5, according to the latest medical report published today.

“At this time, the clinical condition and the response to treatment have allowed President Silvio Berlusconi to be transferred to an ordinary hospitalization floor. Treatment and monitoring of functional parameters are continuing,” reads the latest part signed by doctors Alberto Zangrillo and Fabio. Ciceri.

Berlusconi was transferred this Sunday to the factory after 12 days in intensive care to continue the recovery from the pneumonia for which he was admitted due to chronic myelomonocytic leukemia detected some time ago.

In the previous medical report, issued last Thursday, Zangrillo stated that “further steady improvement in respiratory and renal function was observed, with effective containment of leukocytosis and inflammatory syndrome.”

The former president is visited every day by one of his five children and his brother Paolo who have shown themselves to be optimistic about the resumption of “Il Cavaliere”.

This Sunday, Paolo Berlusconi confirmed to journalists that “everything is fine” and that things must go “slowly” after leaving the hospital.

His eldest daughter, Marina, and the president of his media empire, Mediaset, Fedele Confalonieri, also visited him.

While his partner, Marta Fascina, who is 53 years younger than Berlusconi, still stays with him, waiting for them to return to their mansion in Arcore, on the outskirts of Milan.

From the hospital, Berlusconi called in the first days the leaders of his party and also his allies in the government: the Italian Prime Minister, Giorgia Meloni, and the vice-president of the executive, Matteo Salvini, who are in charge of the ultra-good formations Brothers of Italy and the League, respectively.

Berlusconi, who has undergone numerous hospitalizations and operations throughout his life and particularly in recent years, had already been admitted at the end of March to the San Rafael hospital for what have been described as “medical visits”. ECE



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