In the issued statement, it reads that the Brazilian head of state “was discharged today from the Villa Nova Star Hospital”, having been hospitalized since last Wednesday “for treatment of a case of intestinal obstruction”.
The Brazilian president “will continue to follow up on outpatients by the auxiliary medical team.”
Bolsonaro, 66, was admitted to the Armed Forces Hospital on Wednesday morning, in Brasilia, after experiencing abdominal pain during the night.
Later, the Brazilian president was taken from Brasilia to a hospital in Sao Paulo, on a Brazilian Air Force plane, to be assessed as to the need to undergo emergency surgery, after he was diagnosed with an intestinal obstruction.
The subject of the dispute was a hiccup crisis that affected him for more than a week and caused him pain, according to the Special Secretariat for Government Communications.
During the election campaign, the Brazilian head of state attributed the health problems he suffered in Juiz de Fora, Minas Gerais, as a result of the stab wound he suffered in 2018.
Since taking office in January 2019, Bolsonaro has struggled with numerous health issues from stabbing, having undergone several surgeries.