The vice president of the Junta de Andalucía, Juan Marín, has received medical discharge on the afternoon of this Tuesday, hours after suffering a fading before the Governing Council meeting held in Almería. The Andalusian leader of Ciudadanos (Cs) hopes to return to work “as soon as possible.”
The tests carried out on the also Minister of Tourism, Regeneration, Justice and Local Administration in the Torrecárdenas Hospital from the capital of Almeria have concluded that the episode suffered by the Sanlúcar politician «It has been a drop in tension, a lipotemia», As they have informed Europa Press Andalusian Government sources.
The tests on Marín were due to “his previous history” and in order to rule out that “there was nothing cardiac” in the dizziness that he has felt after posing in the initial photograph of all the members of the regional Executive. Following his swoon, he received the attention and recognition of the Minister of Health and Families, Jesús Aguirre, doctor by profession. Next, an ambulance proceeded to transfer the Andalusian vice president to the aforementioned hospital center, where he has been subjected to various medical tests.
Marín himself has stated this Tuesday through his social networks that he is correctly: «I’m good. It has been a hard dayBut receiving so many messages of encouragement helps you get through difficult times. Heartfelt thanks to everyone, especially to the staff of the Torrecárdenas Hospital for their professionalism and closeness. I hope to continue working as soon as possible.
I’m good. It has been a tough day, but receiving so many messages of encouragement helps you get through difficult times.
Heartfelt thanks to everyone, especially to the staff of the Torrecárdenas Hospital for their professionalism and closeness. I hope to continue working as soon as possible. pic.twitter.com/mZwQLH5tez
– Juan Marín (@JuanMarin_Cs) January 11, 2022
The Andalusian leader, Juanma Moreno, who this Tuesday advanced that his state of health is not “serious”, wished Marín a “very prompt recovery” after a “circumstance that has alarmed us all at first.”
Likewise, and through their respective accounts on social networks, different Andalusian politicians have spoken to convey words of encouragement to the leader of Cs in the community. The general secretary of the PSOE of Andalusia, Juan Espadas; the general secretary of the PP-A, Loles lopez; the former president of the Junta de Andalucía, Susana diaz; the parliamentary spokesperson for United We Can for Andalusia, Immaculate Grandson, the parliamentarian of Cs and rival of Marín in the orange primaries for the candidate for the Presidency of the Board, Fran Carrillo; and the deputy from Vox, Alejandro HernandezThey have expressed their support and affection for Marín and wished him a speedy recovery.