(observer’s online news) the news that Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe entered the hospital this (17th) morning caused a stir. In addition to the rumors of “hemoptysis”, the Japanese media began to speculate whether Abe’s physical condition had problems. According to the latest news from Kyodo news agency, Abe has left the hospital. At about 6 p.m. today, Abe left Keio University Hospital in shinomi CHO, Tokyo, Kyodo News Agency reported. The Japanese Prime Minister’s official residence denied Abe’s statement that he was in poor health and said it was a physical examination back and forth that day. According to Japanese lace magazine flash on August 4, Abe was overworked and in poor health last month, and even vomited blood in the prime minister’s office on July 6. Japanese Chief Cabinet Secretary Kan Yiwei denied this on the same day, stressing that Abe’s health was not a problem. “< p > < p > yesterday (16th), former Japanese Minister of Finance and economy, member of the Liberal Democratic Party of the house of Representatives and President of the tax system investigation, said in an interview with Fuji television,” he (ABE) has a strong sense of responsibility, and he will feel guilty after a short rest. ” Novel coronavirus pneumonia has been working for a long time to cope with the new crown pneumonia epidemic, he said. Andouble is very tired. According to Kyodo news agency, Abe arrived at the hospital around 10 a.m. and stayed for about 7.5 hours. Abe did not arrange any official business from the 16th to 18th. He should take these three days as a summer vacation and hope to spend them peacefully. Abe is currently Japan’s longest serving prime minister and resigned in 2007 due to ulcerative colitis. In 2015, Japan’s “weekly Wenchun” magazine also reported that Abe suffered from physical discomfort when meeting with others in June that year, and vomited blood in the bathroom. At that time, Shinzo Abe immediately denied the rumors of vomiting blood, and said he was very healthy.