Czech President Milosz Zeman was again taken to hospital in Prague, the local media reported. A hospital spokeswoman confirmed the reports but did not disclose any details.
A spokeswoman for the hospital, in turn, informed journalists that at On 14, the hospital management briefing on the health of the 77-year-old politician will be held.
In September alone, Zeman spent eight days at the Central Military Hospital in Prague. In recent years, the President of the Czech Republic has visited a military hospital several times. Last year he had surgery for a broken arm. In 2019, he spent four days in the hospital for hearing tests. At the Central Military Hospital, Zeman was vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Czech president is undergoing long-term treatment of neuropathy in his legs, which is related to diabetes. This year – due to leg problems – he started using a wheelchair.
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