Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi says he is in ‘good health’ after hospitalization By Reuters

3/3 © Reuters. FILE PHOTO: Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi is discharged from San Raffaele Hospital in Milan 2/3

ROME (Reuters) – Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said he was in good health after being admitted to a hospital in Monaco on Thursday for heart problems. “I am in good health. Due to the prudence of my doctors I had to go to the hospital for some checkups,” he said in a statement. Berlusconi added that he was in contact with his staff as Italy grapples with the political crisis that threatens to topple the Giuseppe Conte-led cabinet amid the coronavirus pandemic.

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