Argentine President Cristina Kirchner, who had surgery two weeks ago to remove a blood clot on her brain, is making a strong recovery, a senior government official said Wednesday.
Vice President Amado Boudou did not specify when the 60-year-old head of state would resume her duties.
But "she is still making a strong recovery and that is very positive," he told reporters.
Kirchner underwent surgery in a Buenos Aires hospital on October 8 after being diagnosed with a "chronic subdural hematoma" sustained during a fall in August.
Ordered discharged five days later, she is spending her convalescence -- 30 days of strict rest -- at Los Olivos, the presidential residence on the outskirts of the capital.
Kirchner's medical setback and subsequent absence comes as the country prepares for Sunday's mid-term legislative elections, which are expected to set the tone for her final two years in office.