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Named the true diagnosis of Nikita Mikhalkov: complications began

The director is in the intensive care unit of the 52nd hospital, which specializes in rescuing coronavirus patients

The director is in the intensive care unit of the 52nd hospital, which specializes in rescuing coronavirus patients

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Diagnosis is known Nikita Mikhalkov. The director has tested positive for coronavirus. The test was taken on the day of hospitalization.

State Nikita Mikhalkov complicates the coronavirus. Doctors are concerned about rapid breathing and low saturation, reports site mk.ru. Earlier it was reported that the director has an intoxication syndrome, he breathes with oxygen.

The famous director is in the intensive care unit of the 52nd hospital, which specializes in rescuing coronavirus patients. It is known that the master was vaccinated in the spring of 2021.

It is possible that Nikita Sergeevich could get infected at farewell to the composer Eduard Artemiev, who died on December 29, 2022 from the effects of covid. While the funeral was going on, Mikhalkov spent an hour and a half in the Church of the Ascension of the Lord along with other mourners.

The director grieved greatly because of the death of a close friend. After all, back in early December 2022, they went on stage together in the Kremlin on the composer’s 85th birthday. “Lesha is a brilliant Russian composer. For Artemiev, music is everything! .. Everything that Artemiev touched became a holiday!” – said the 77-year-old artist.

On the day of Artemiev’s death, he spoke about his feelings. “Ecclesiastes says that the mouth speaks out of the abundance of the heart. And sometimes it happens that from the excess of the heart it is better to be silent. Actually, this is what I am experiencing now, because a brilliant composer, a very close friend, has left. Therefore, I don’t want to petrify the grief with a word … “- Nikita Sergeevich lamented.

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