Norwegian King discharged

King of Norway, Harald V, was discharged from the hospital where he was taken the previous day due to infection.

In a statement made by the Royal Palace, it was stated that 85-year-old Harald V, who is in good health, will take a few days to fully recover.


During the days when King Harald V of Norway was in the hospital, Crown Prince Haakon assumed his father’s duties.

The royal family announced on December 19 that King Harald was hospitalized for infection and was receiving antibiotic treatment.

The King of Norway was taken to Oslo University Hospital on 4 August due to fever.

Harald caught Kovid-19 on March 22 and took a break from his job for a few days, leaving his place to his son and heir to the throne, Prince Haakon.



King Harald V, who had 3 doses of Kovid-19 vaccine, had several health problems in recent years and had heart valve surgery in 2020.

King Harald ascended the throne after his father, King Olav, passed away in 1991.


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