Singapore’s former PM Lee Kuan Yew ‘stable’


SINGAPORE: Singapore’s Minister for Communications and Information Yaacob Ibrahim said on Friday that he was informed that the founding prime minister Lee Kuan Yew is in “stable” condition. Yaacob wrote in his social network Friday evening: “I understand that many people are concerned and anxious about Mr Lee Kuan Yew’s condition. I have been informed that he is stable and that the doctors are monitoring him closely. In the meantime, let us continue to give him our well wishes and keep him in our prayers.” The former prime minister was admitted to the hospital for severe pneumonia on February 5. The Singapore Minister’s Office said on Thursday that he was still warded in ICU at Singapore General Hospital. Doctors have restarted him on antibiotics.



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