Slovak Prime Minister admitted to hospital with respiratory infection and high fever
Core tip: British media said that Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini was admitted to the hospital for respiratory infections and high fever.
Reference News Network reported on February 24 that according to a number of foreign media confirmed that Slovak Prime Minister Peter Pellegrini was admitted to the hospital for respiratory infection and high fever on the 22nd.
According to Reuters reports on the 23rd, the Slovak Prime Minister's Office issued a statement on the same day that on the evening of the 22nd, Pellegrini was hospitalized with a respiratory infection and a high fever. Due to his illness, he has temporarily cancelled his original planned itinerary thereafter.
Kyodo News reported on the 24th that although new crown pneumonia has shown signs of spread in some European countries, it is not clear whether Pellegrini's condition is related to this.
Pellegrini attended a special EU summit in Brussels from February 20 to 21.
Pellegrini was scheduled to participate in a televised debate on the evening of the 23rd, and voted in parliamentary elections with other party leaders on the 29th. It is only one week away from the Slovak parliamentary elections on the 29th. Judging from the current situation, the direction party led by Pellegrini is unfavorable in this election.