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CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH | "He is strong"

Nurse claims that Chávez walked into the hospital

Dubraska Mora told state-run TV channel VTV that the Head of State neither used a wheelchair nor he has on tubes

EL UNIVERSAL
Monday February 18, 2013  12:20 PM
Dubraska Mora, a nurse at the adult emergency unit at Dr. Carlos Arvelo Military Hospital, said that Venezuela's President Hugo Chávez walked into the hospital.

In an interview with state-run TV channel VTV, Mora said that the Head of State "is strong" and did not use a wheelchair.  "People of Venezuela, comrades, fellow countrymen: Our President walked in, strong, courageous, full of stamina, as usual in him (...) He would not come neither on a trolley nor on tubes; he would not come with any invasive process. Our president is strong to keep on commanding as he only knows to do it. People, be confident! We have a president for long time!"

The last medical report supplied by Minister of Communication and Information Ernesto Villegas referred that President Chávez was breathing through a tracheal cannula because of certain respiratory distress.
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