Mario Vargas Llosa is hospitalized in an emergency for Covid-19

Mario Vargas Llosa is the renowned writer and 86-year-old Nobel laureate in literature who is admitted to a clinic in Madrid due to some complications related to covid-19, but is progressing favorably.

“He and his family appreciate the signs of affection we are receiving and ask the press to respect their privacy.”

It was through a brief statement published on Twitter, that his children Álvaro, Gonzalo and Morgana assured this Friday that they are with their father Mario Vargas Llosa and that, thanks to the treatment, he is better.

Mario Vargas Llosa gets sick with Covid-19

Mario Vargas Llosa gets sick with Covid-19 The writer cancels his presentations

The entry of the Spanish-Peruvian writer occurred a few days ago after his situation became complicated due to Covid-19, which had already forced him to remain isolated at his home in Madrid.

The Royal Spanish Academy (RAE) postponed the act scheduled for last Tuesday in which Mario Vargas Llosa was going to talk with the director of the entity, Santiago Muñoz Machado, about his book Cervantes and that it was going to mark the beginning of the Cervantes Week , on the occasion of the awarding of the Cervantes Prize.

The writer cancels his presentations

The writer cancels his presentations

The event, which had initially been postponed until next Monday, will finally be held on May 25, according to RAE sources.

Vargas Llosa (Arequipa, Peru, 1936) has, in addition to the Nobel Prize awarded in 2010, other recognitions such as the Cervantes in 1994 and the Prince of Asturias of Letters in 1986, and is the author of works such as “The city and the dogs” (1963) and “The Feast of the Goat” (2000).

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