Opera singer Plácido Domingo has been released from a private hospital in Acapulco (Mexico), after being admitted the day before for complications related to the coronavirus.
A source from the Ministry of Health of the Mexican country has confirmed that the Spanish tenor is already at his residence in Acapulco and his health is stable, as reported by Europa Press from CNN. Previously, it had been reported that the artist was already “responding to treatment” at the hospital.
Last week the singer himself reported his positive in the test for the new coronavirus. “I feel it is my moral duty to announce that I have tested positive for Covid-19, the coronavirus,” Domingo said in a message posted on his social media.
“I experienced symptoms of fever and cough, so I decided to have the test and the result was positive,” he explained.
In his message, the singer begged citizens to be “extremely careful” to follow basic guidelines by washing their hands frequently, staying at least 1.5 meters away from others, doing everything possible to prevent the virus to spread.