Former Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi got coronavirus

Former Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi passed the coronavirus test, the results were positive. This was stated by his personal physician Alberto Zangrillo on September 2.

Berlusconi passed the test after returning from a trip to Sardinia, says the agency Ansa. The disease is asymptomatic in the politician’s form, he respects the home regime.

The leader of the party “Go, Italy!” continues to work from his residence in Arcor. He will support the Cnadidates from the political force in regional and administrative elections, to communicate with journalists.

At the end of July, Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte proposed to the Parliament to extend until October 15 the state of emergency imposed due to spread of coronavirus infection in the country.

At the end of August new cases of coronavirus were revealed in all regions of Italy. Total number of confirmed cases in the country exceeded 265 thousand and more than 35 thousand patients died. Since the beginning of the pandemic 206 554 people have recovered in the country.