Brazil: Doctors rule out Bolsonaro’s surgery and nasogastric tube is removed

According to the medical report, there is still no discharge forecast for the President, who was hospitalized in São Paulo in the early hours of Monday, January 3, after feeling unwell.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The President successfully accepted the liquid diet offered during the day, which prompted the removal of the nasogastric tube, and will not need to undergo surgery because the intestinal obstruction that led to his hospitalization is resolved, the doctors said Tuesday, January 4.

"The Vila Nova Star Hospital reports that the President of the Republic, Jair Messias Bolsonaro, has improved with a satisfactory acceptance of the liquid diet offered during the day, which prompted the removal of the nasogastric tube. The patient's digestive tract shows signs of recovery. At the moment, there is no discharge . . .

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