ESPACIO PUBLICITARIO
CARACAS, Friday February 22, 2013 | Update
 
|
share
|
Friday February 22, 2013
EL UNIVERSAL
PHOTO GALLERY | CHÁVEZ'S HEALTH

Caracas Military Hospital in the spotlight


Reporters, sale of coconuts, sellers of maize liquor, incoming and outgoing patients, medical visits. All of them live together and await. In the meantime, President Hugo Chávez, admitted to hospital, turned on Friday, February 22, four days in Venezuela, following his 70-day stay in Cuba, where he underwent a surgery for the fourth time. Nobody has seen him so far.

tooltip
loader
The National Guard watches incoming pedestrians (Photo: Nicola Rocco)
The National Guard watches  incoming pedestrians  (Photo: Nicola Rocco) The National Guard also checks incoming vehicles (Photo: Nicola Rocco) Access to the ninth floor, where President Chávez remains, was recently fenced in (Photo: Javier Brassesco) Starways leading to the eight floor (Photo: Javier Brassesco) Patients go round the floors at leisure (Photo: Javier Brassesco) The waiting room looks as usual (Photo: Javier Brassesco) Patients of Internal Medicine check in (Photo: Javier Brassesco) Coconut kiosks display a huge poster of Chávez (Photo: David Fernández/Efe) Traffic officers coordinate the traffic outside the hospital (Photo: David Fernández/Efe) The National Police was deployed at the entrance  (Photo: David Fernández/Efe) An array of media outlets prepared their equipment outside (Photo: David Fernández/Efe) Every visitor is requested a personal identification (Photo: David Fernández/Efe)
left
right
fotter clasificados.eluniversal.com Estampas
Alianzas
fotter clasificados.eluniversal.com Estampas
cerrar