On November 15, at the G20 Leaders’ Summit, Fernandez suffered digestive bleeding and a considerable drop in blood pressure due to erosive gastritis, for which it was necessary to perform tests and suspend most of his agenda.
Shortly afterward, the president said that it was a bad moment that passed quickly, influenced by stress and nerves.
The director of the Presidential Medical Unit, Federico Saavedra, on Saturday ruled out the existence of active bleeding but recommended Fernandez rest and gradually resume his work activities.
At a press conference, Cerruti informed that the president has been working at Casa Rosada since Tuesday and in the next few days he will participate in the delivery of houses and the inauguration of early childhood centers in several provinces.
It was an episode that has already been overcome, she said, adding that the cancellation of his trip to Mexico was not due to health reasons, but due to the suspension of the Pacific Alliance Summit.