The Singing Diva Lata Mangeshkar is Still in ICU Under Observation
Lata Mangeshkar’s health is stable, however, she will stay in the intensive care unit. On January 8, the iconic singer was brought to the hospital after testing positive for Covid.
Lata Mangeshkar was admitted to the hospital earlier this month after testing positive for Covid-19. The veteran singer has been hospitalised in Mumbai’s Breach Candy Hospital’s Intensive Care Unit (ICU). She was also given the diagnosis of pneumonia. Although her family and the physicians treating her have reassured fans that Lata Ji is doing better, rumours circulated on Sunday that her health has regressed. The reports were incorrect, according to Lata Ji’s representative, who also assured supporters that she was in good health.
Lata Mangeshkar is among the nation’s most well-known vocalists. She received the Dadasaheb Phalke Award as well as the Officer of the Legion of Honour, France’s highest civilian award, in addition to countless national and international honours. She was named the most recorded artist in history by the Guinness Book of Records in 1974. Between 1948 and 1974, she is said to have sung approximately 25,000 songs. Within 2001, she was awarded the Bharat Ratna, India’s highest civilian honour.
Lata Mangeshkar will stay in the ICU under monitoring, according to the most recent update, revealed her spokeswoman. The musician is enduring COVID-19 treatment, and physicians are doing everything they can to help him recover quickly. As per a news source, Lata Mangeshkar’s doctor recently provided an update on her status, saying, “Lata Ji is still in ICU, but we’re doing our best to guarantee she recovers soon.”
As per sources, the 92-year-old singer is improving and has resumed solid food consumption in the previous two days. ‘She is responsive as well as not on a ventilator,’ sources have told the portal. ‘She is stable as well as responding to treatment well, however, will require time to be freed from the hospital,’ according to Lata Mangeshkar’s spokeswoman. Doctors would like to make sure she’s okay before sending her home because of her age.’ Previously, Lata Mangeshkar’s niece Rachana revealed the singer had contracted the virus, saying, “She is OK; has been kept in ICU just for safety reason due to her age.”