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Lata Mangeshkar’s health will need time to recover

Lata Mangeshkar, the legendary singer who was admitted to the hospital with pneumonia, is still in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).

Lata Mangeshkar, the legendary singer who was admitted to the hospital after being diagnosed with pneumonia, is still undergoing treatment in the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Doctors are constantly monitoring the singer’s health, according to her recent health updates. Along with the update, Dr. Pratit Samdani, who is treating the Bharat Ratna recipient at Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital, said, “She will take time to recover due to her old age.”

Lata Mangeshkar's health
Lata Mangeshkar’s health

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For the uninitiated, the 92-year-old singer tested positive for coronavirus and was admitted to the Breach Candy Hospital in south Mumbai’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU) last week with mild symptoms. She reached out to a member of her staff who was also COVID-19 positive. Several fans and members of the film industry and other fields took to social media to wish Lata Mangeshkar a speedy recovery after learning of her condition.

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The latest on Lata Mangeshkar’s health

Rajesh Tope, the Maharashtra Health Minister, had previously updated fans on the iconic singer’s health, stating that her condition was improving. “The health of Lata Mangeshkar is improving. I spoke with officials from the Breach Candy Hospital, who gave me an update on her condition. I told them that the hospital’s spokesperson should provide updates on the singer’s condition because the public is curious about her health “In Jalna, Tope told reporters. Dr. Pratit Samdani, an associate professor at the Breach Candy Hospital, told PTI earlier in the day that Mangeshkar is still in the ICU and being treated.

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Rachana Shah, Lata Mangeshkar’s niece, said on Thursday that the singer is doing well and that the media should respect the family’s privacy. Mangeshkar, who began her career at the age of 13 in 1942 and has over 30,000 songs to her credit in several Indian languages, is regarded as one of Indian cinema’s greatest singers.

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