The actor Antonio Resines has been discharged from hospital this Thursday, February 10, after spending 48 days admitted to the Gregorio Marañón General University Hospital in Madrid for complications derived from COVID-19.
This has been announced by the hospital center, which has recalled that Antonio Resines was admitted to the Hospital on December 23, 2021 due to acute respiratory failure secondary to bilateral COVID pneumonia. He spent 36 days in the ICU and 12 days in the hospitalization ward.
The center has detailed that Antonio Resines is now joining the Post-ICU-Covid Care outpatient program of the Gregorio Marañón Hospital, which offers “comprehensive multidisciplinary care to patients who have been admitted to the Intensive Care Unit for prolonged periods and that has with specialists in Internal Medicine, Pulmonology, Infectious Diseases, Psychiatry, Rehabilitation and Nutrition”.
After his admission at the end of last December, Resines, the 67-year-old Cantabrian interpreter, remained “stable” in the hospital. “We thank you for your interest and affection, but we ask you to understand that at this time the family needs tranquility and serenity,” family sources told Europa Press at the time.
Winner of the Goya Award for Best Leading Actor for his applauded work in ‘La Buena Estrella’ (1997), by Ricardo Franco, this emblematic actor born in Torrelavega (Cantabria) was president of the Spanish Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences during the years 2015 and 2016.