Berlusconi hospitalized, Tajani: “He says he feels good”

Barelli: “Responds to therapies”. At San Raffaele his brother Paolo and Gianni Letta. Even today no bulletin on the health conditions of the blue leader. Yesterday the reassurances of family members

Third quiet night in the hospital for Silvio Berlusconi, hospitalized since last Wednesday in intensive care at the San Raffaele hospital in Milan following a pulmonary infection. This is reported by health sources. The leader of Forza Italia, who suffers from chronic myelomonocytic leukemia, received a visit yesterday from family members and some long-standing friends, who reassured him of his condition by saying they were “confident” while his partner, Marta Fascina, remains next to the Cavaliere .

“This morning I heard from some family members, the night passed quietly, President Berlusconi responds to therapy, this is very important and bodes well. Obviously, this is a person, a politician, an entrepreneur who hasn’t spared himself in life, he’s a boy of a certain age so prudence is obvious,” he said Paolo Barelli, president of Forza Italia deputies, at Coffee Break on La7. The blue leader ”rested well” and ”says he feels good, it’s a good thing”, the deputy prime minister and foreign minister also said Antonio Tajani explaining that ”I didn’t hear from him this morning, it’s not right to tire him”, but ”I am in contact with the family, with Dr. Zangrillo”. Meanwhile ”the treatments continue”, Berlusconi ”has always managed to overcome the disease” and they are ”all optimistic, they trust in his courage, in his strength, he will return soon”.

This morning, shortly after 8.30, his trusted doctor, Alberto Zangrillo, arrived at the hospital without making any statements. According to what is learned from health sources, even today there is no bulletin on the health conditions of the leader of Forza Italia.

Paolo Berlusconi also returned today to the San Raffaele to visit his brother Silvio. Paolo Berlusconi arrived aboard a car with tinted windows, passing through the entrance at via Olgettina 60. Gianni Letta also arrived a little later. The former undersecretary to the presidency of the Council of Ministers and a loyal Cav, arrived aboard a blue car, also passing through the entrance on via Olgettina.