The presidential candidate left the Simón Bolívar Hospital and is recovering at home.
Enrique Penalosa, former mayor of Bogotá, was discharged after going to the Simón Bolívar Hospital for complications associated with the covid-19 virus.
Regarding his state of health, the now presidential candidate for Team Colombia announced through his Twitter account that he is stable, although under medical monitoring as a precaution. “I’m already much better thanks to the wonderful team at Simón Bolívar Hospital. Thank you for so many kind messages”, posted on the social network this Friday morning.
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The alert about Peñalosa’s state of health came on this Thursday night, after his communications team announced that the former official had symptoms such as chills, fever, and weakness associated with contagion. However, his low saturation levels led to his being transferred to the hospital for medical attention.
For now, it has been announced that Enrique Peñalosa returned to his home, where he will continue to be monitored on his state of health and recovery from the virus.