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Gioja set to leave Hospital Italiano 'in next few days'

Supporters of Gioja keep vigil outside the Hospital Italiano, where the San Juan governor has been receiving treatment since November
Ex-senator César Gioja has confirmed that his brother, Governor of San Juan José Luis, will soon receive a discharge from Buenos Aires' Hospital Italiano, where the politician has received treatment for injuries sustained in a helicopter crash last September.

"Things are going pretty well. [José Luis] is in a phase of rapid improvement," César affirmed during an interview with La Once Diez, adding that a full recovery from Gioja is expected within "one month".

"The prognosis is that he will leave the hospital facilities and continue staying in Buenos Aires, carrying out the stage of physical rehabilitation," the ex-senator explained, while declining to give a definite date for his brother's discharge.

"Every day we are being told 'this week is possible', and if it is not this one it will be the next. But he is leaving the hospital, not his rehabilitation, because he will continue with the exercises."

Asked about Gioja's return to government duties in San Juan, César signalled that "he will be carrying out a rehabilitation program in Buenos Aires, and then in San Juan, and he will begin to tackle some state duties, returning gradually to the issues related to the control of government."
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