Antonio Recens is still in hospital after contracting the coronavirus in December. Seemingly out of danger but still having to be monitored 24 hours a day for development, Rissens’ friends and colleagues never cease to send him encouragement and wishes for the best.
Javier Gutiérrez, a friend and likeness of the actor, a worker in the world of film and television, was one of the last to share the state of health of the translator of a series such as “Thieves go to the office”.
Gutierrez, who spoke this week on Movistar “La Resistencia” about the health condition, said: “He’s had a regular time, he takes it badly for this bastard, but he comes out.”
In another interview at 6 he talked about the past hour and how it is developing. “Antonio, like many people who have been through COVID-19, is not having a good time, but I think he is a very strong man, with a lot of strength, eager to hang on to life and although he is going through a delicate situation in the coming weeks we will continue to receive good and promising news Hopefully, it will definitely move forward.”
This delicate situation is exacerbated after overcoming cancer and suffering from chronic psoriatic arthritis, an autoimmune disease that caused him to suffer a stroke in his knee, and he underwent surgery in 2018. These diseases made him a vulnerable patient, in addition to his suffering a Heart attack, which makes your body have to fight twice as hard to deal with the physical consequences of SARS-CoV-2.
The resin was inoculated with the first two doses, and when he was admitted he was waiting for the third dose, which was to be taken two days later. Since December 23 in Intensive care unit at Gregorio Marañone Hospital.
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