July 23, 2024

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Hip surgery: Rosemont provincial deputy Vincent Marissal released from hospital

Hip surgery: Rosemont provincial deputy Vincent Marissal released from hospital

Quebec Solidaire’s Rosemont member of the National Assembly has left hospital eight days after undergoing surgery to replace both of his hips, it was announced late Saturday.

“I was initially given the idea of ​​day surgery; then: we’ll put you in for the weekend and lo and behold, I’m out of the hospital 8 days later. Good to see. [soleil]», he published on Saturday in X.

The politician announced on his Facebook page on October 20 that he had undergone surgery to replace both of his hips.

“Here I am now with the new hardware, but before going to demonstrate this new hardware on the streets of Rosemont or in the National Assembly, I will have to recover, I don’t know how long it will take. moment or needs. », he warned, could be forced to rest for a few weeks.

He had to “gradually resume some activities” from his home. On the other hand, his constituency office is open.

Guillaume Clich-Rivard, Member of Parliament for Saint-Henri-Saint-Anne for Quebec Solidaire, replaced Mr. Marissal in his absence.

• Also Read: Vincent Marissal’s Dilemma: Operate at $35,000 in the Private Sector or Wait in the Public Sector?

Vincent Marissal also spoke to QUB Radio in November 2022, inquiring about the additional waiting time for the operation at the public clinic, saying that he had already waited more than a year and thereby saved the cost of the intervention.

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