The opposition is demanding the publication of information about the president’s health.
Oct 5, 2021 at 6:05 pm TASR
PRAGUE. The attending physician advised Czech President Miloš Zeman to return to the Central Military Hospital in Prague, where he was hospitalized in September. However, the president refused. The news server Novinky.cz informed about it on Tuesday, referring to the Czech Deník N.
Doctor Miroslav Zavoral, who is the director of the Central Military Hospital in Prague, repeatedly treated the president and visited him on Monday, when he recommended him return to the hospital. He’ll come to examine him again on Thursday.
Opposition politicians talked during Tuesday’s meeting of the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic that the Castle should publish details about the president’s state of health, writes Novinky.cz. The president’s spokesman Jiří Ovčáček denied reports of the deteriorating health of Zeman.
“You don’t have to worry, Mr. President is very much looking forward to the post-election negotiations,” Ovčáček wrote to Novinkám.cz. Elections to the Chamber of Deputies of the Parliament of the Czech Republic will take place in the Czech Republic on Friday and Saturday.
Zeman spent eight days in hospital in September. Prague Castle described this stay as reconditioning. According to a spokesman for the Castle, the President underwent several examinations during his hospitalization.
Doctors allegedly found no life-threatening health problems with the president. They found that the president was suffering from mild exhaustion and dehydration and was therefore receiving infusions. Immediately after his release from Zeman Hospital, he continued his work program.