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Actress Silvia Pinal leaves the hospital and continues her treatment against COVID-19 at home

Mexico City – The Mexican actress Silvia Pinal, an icon of cinema and theater in that country, left the hospital where she had been hospitalized since December 23 for COVID-19 on Wednesday and will continue treatment at home after improving her health, confirmed the artist’s daughter Sylvia Pasquel.

“It was decided that instead of transferring her to another normal therapy room, it was better to take her home with all the care to avoid that she could be infected with something else in the hospital”Pasquel pointed out to Milenio.

The nonagenarian actress was fully vaccinated, but was missing her booster dose, according to her relatives.

From the beginning, those close to the actress, who immortalized the Spanish filmmaker Luis Bunuel in the film Viridiana (1961), they clarified to the press that Pinal’s health was stable.

“My mother is super good, she will be super well cared for, of course no one can approach, as if she were in intensive care, exactly the same, but at home”Pasquel added.

Pinal arrived at her home, in the south of Mexico City, on the afternoon of this Wednesday after leaving the private hospital where she had already been transferred from the COVID area to the intensive care unit.

The artist is considered one of the greats of the golden cycle of national cinema, as well as other symbols of the time such as Dolores del Rio (1904-1983) and Maria Felix (1914-2002).

Pinal became a close figure to a whole new generation of Mexicans when he produced and presented the anthology series “Mujer, cases de la vida real” (1986-2007) on broadcast television.

Mexico registered in the last hours 167 deaths from COVID-19 that bring the total deaths to 298,944, in addition to 4,426 new infections for a total of more than 3.95 million cases.

With these figures, the country remains the fourth with the most deaths from COVID-19, behind the United States, Brazil and India, and the fifteenth in number of confirmed infections, according to the Johns Hopkins University count.


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