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Eurovision-2017 winner transferred to intensive care unit for cardiac transplantation
17:23, 26 September 2017
Eurovision-2017 winner transferred to intensive care unit for cardiac transplantation

Since his childhood Salvador Sobral suffered from heart disease

17:23, 26 September 2017

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The winner of the Eurovision-2017 song contest Portuguese singer Salvador Sobral was transferred to the intensive care unit for cardiac transplantation. This is reported by La Vanguardia.

According to the local newspaper of Correio da manhà, Sobral is connected to a special device that supports the work of the heart.

In this regard, the schedule for visiting the musician was limited in order to avoid a problems.

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Sobral became the first representative of Portugal, who won the Eurovision Song Contest. He has been suffering from heart disease since childhood, he needed to find a donor for a transplant. Fans of the musician in social networks supported the singer.

We recall that Eurovision-2018 will be held in Lisbon, the final of the song contest will be held on May 12.

As reported, the final of the song contest Eurovision-2017 was held in Kyiv on May 13. The winner of the competition was a representative from Portugal, Salvador Sobral with the song Amar Pelos Dois. The participating countries together with the jury in total gave him 758 points. The second was the Bulgarian representative Christian Kostov (615 points). The third place was taken by representatives of Moldova Sunstroke Project (374 points).

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