Reporter Carlos Ferrara fainted in the middle of a live broadcast on Thursday outside a diagnosis center for COVID-19 in Buenos Aires, Argentina). Today, after several examinations, it was learned that his condition improved remarkably.
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Ferrara was in the testing center of the Teatro Colón reporting on the reduction in the number of people seeking to take the tests of coronavirus. On the link, he seemed agitated and when he was about to close the transmission, he was heard apologizing several times before passing out.
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Claudio Pérez, host of the program Telenueve al Mediodía, was very concerned when he saw Ferrara lying face down on the floor and called for calm saying that “fElizmente is next to a testing center where they will surely attend you”. Minutes later, he confirmed that the reporter was being treated by medical personnel.
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On the Telenueve website it was announced that the reporter’s health is recovering favorably. Pérez explained that Ferrara is being controlled and that he was sending messages to all his colleagues to see how they were. “It looks like he slept well”He added.
A Notero from Channel 9 fainted live:
– NDE News (@nde_noticias) January 13, 2022
Although it has not been detailed what caused the reporter’s decompensation, it is estimated that it was caused by the historical heat wave that plagues Argentina, which last Tuesday exceeded 40 degrees.
For this Friday the maximum temperature would reach 42 degrees, which if exceeded could break the record of 43.3 registered in Buenos Aires in 1957, seconded by the 41.1 reached on Tuesday.
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