The Prime Minister of Samoa remains in hospital after checking himself in on Wednesday.
Tuilaepa Sailele Malielegaoi was reported to have gone straight to intensive care and Talamua online reported medical sources said he had a high fever.
The Chief Executive Officer of the Prime Minister's Office, Vaosa Epa, says Tuilaepa's condition was never life-threatening, and she expects him to be back at work next week.
Ms Epa says the Prime Minister just needs rest, after an extremely busy week in Parliament.
The New Zealand Prime Minister John Key had offered to fly Tuilaepa out to hospital in New Zealand should it be required.