Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner has been taken to hospital with fever caused by an infection, press service of the president’s office announced Monday.
According to the statement, Kirchner was taken to Otamendi Clinic in Buenos Aires on Sunday evening with fever that was caused by an infection.
In early 2012 Kirchner had surgery for thyroid carcinoma. Around a year ago, the president underwent surgery for an intracranial hematoma. In July this year Kirchner had to rest for a week and cancel a trip to Paraguay because of laryngitis and sore throat. Earlier in October the president took two days off work because of pharyngitis.