Julián soft remains hospitalized in intensive care for his picture of coronavirus One week after his admission to the Rivadavia Hospital in which he presented respiratory failure, the driver “stable” and with “good prognosis”.
The driver’s personal physician, Mario Fitz Maurice, stressed that “stability is good news.”
“It’s still stable. Yesterday we were talking a bit at night and today in the morning it continues with the same parameters, which is really good because stability is a good prognostic marker. That it’s not getting worse is good news and stability is even better news, “explained Maurice on the radio show that Weich hosts with Maby Wells.
The doctor added that the 55-year-old driver “is feeling better every day and he slept very well all night, because the insomnia was bothering him a lot. “
Even so, Maurice recommended being cautious: “I don’t want to get ahead of myself, we have to think about the day to day. It is not to pretend to be mysterious, but after 30 years and having seen the evolution of patients with this virus I have to be cautious“.
On July 18, Weich was transferred to intensive care for complications in his health condition, more than ten days after having tested positive for Covid-19.