Monday , 24 July 2017


Jolo Revilla’s condition worsening

The physical state of Cavite Vice Gov. Jolo Revilla is “crumbling” after he managed a discharge wound on his midsection on Saturday night.

Lawyer Raymund Fortun, a representative for the Revilla family, said the bad habit senator was experiencing hematoma in his right lung.

In a press conference on Tuesday, Fortun said Revilla was additionally hinting at pneumonia.

“The way that there are currently creating matters happening ni Jolo’s body, his condition is doubtlessly not enhancing yet falling apart,” Fortun said.

He included that the gunfire wound debilitated Revilla’s body and invulnerable framework and may bring about disease.

Fortun said specialists likewise saw following a second modernized tomography examine that Revilla had a dispended mid-region that wasn’t seen in the recent past.

“‘Yung conceivable na issues now creating sa stomach area, na medyo bumaliktad yung pusod niya,” he said.

Because of these improvements, Fortun said that Revilla will experience an alternate CT examine strategy on Wednesday to check on the off chance that he was additionally experiencing stomach distension.

“There’s a requirement for an alternate CT Scan 9 a.m. tomorrow. Si Jolo nagde-crumble at this time,” he said.

Revilla was additionally exchanged to a normal room from the ICU at the Asian Hospital and Medical Center in Muntinlupa City.

Fortun said this was to oblige more guests including Revilla’s dad, Sen. Ramon Bong Revilla Jr.

The senior Revilla, who’s confronting loot charges, is kept at the PNP Custodial Center in Camp Crame. He was permitted by the Sandiganbayan to visit his child between 3 p.m. also 8 p.m. on Tuesday.

“At this time he is in a normal room in light of the fact that for a need to extra individuals to be permitted. ‘Pag nasa private room in any event maraming tao ang pwedeng bumisita sa kanya,” Fortun said.

“Mas kampante at mas maraming bisita ang makakapunta pag sa normal room. Mahirap sa ICU kasi talagang 2 – 3 lang ang pwedeng mapapasok,” he proceeded