Guadalajara (EFE) – Vicente Fernandez clarified yesterday Thursday that he has been hospitalized due to urinary tract problems and is “fine”, thus ruling out possible transmission of COVID-19, as had previously been speculated.
In a video circulated on his social network, the interpreter asked his followers not to worry about his health and assured that he is better than ever.
“Dear friends and all the public I want to ask you to stop worrying, it was a urinary infection and I feel fine,” he said in a short video recorded from the private hospital where he is in Guadalajara .
The so-called Charo d’Huntitan was admitted to an emergency hospital on Wednesday due to uneasiness in the body due to a urinary tract infection.
According to Guadalajara media, the 81-year-old interpreter presented with fever, body aches and abdominal discomfort in the early hours of Tuesday, raising suspicions of possible Covid-19 infection, which were eventually ruled out.
Yesterday, on Thursday, his son Gerardo Fernandez assured the media that his father is much better and in good spirits, so as per the assessment given by the doctors, he may leave the hospital on Friday.
“It is better than yesterday, it is going to come out. He is happy and grateful for all of you,” the son said in an interview upon leaving the hospital.
Fernandez has already overcome several diseases: prostate cancer in 2002, tumor removal in the liver in 2012; He lost his voice in 2013 due to thrombosis and underwent surgery to remove three hernias in 2015.