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Tourism Minister okay says relative
Nothing is wrong with Tourism Minister Stephen Cadiz, a close relative told the Guardian yesterday. Cadiz fell ill at the Miami International Airport on Sunday en route to a tourism conference in Seattle and was taken to the Metropolitan Hospital nearby, where he remains warded. Asked for an update on the situation, the relative at Cadiz’ home said, “He’s doing very well. He will be home this evening or tomorrow morning. Nothing is wrong with him.” Housing Minister Dr Roodal Moonilal, contacted on the matter, said, “He is still at the Metropolitan Hospital and doctors are continuing tests on him. It is not clear whether he will travel (home) tonight or tomorrow. The doctors have advised that he should not return until he has completed all examinations.” Asked if there was any information on the nature of Cadiz’ illness, Moonilal replied there was none. A release from the Office of the Prime Minister on Sunday said Cadiz underwent a series of examinations and was being held overnight for observation and was expected to be discharged yesterday.
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