The concern for Pele’s state of health has been increasing since it came to light that he had been admitted to the Israelite Albert Einstein Hospital in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
The latest rumors suggested that he would be receiving palliative care because his fight against colon cancer that he was diagnosed with long ago would have taken a turn for the worse And it wouldn’t be long.
However, his daughters have denied that this is the case and have added that he is actually being treated for a respiratory infection that worsened due to Covid-19.
“About three weeks ago he contracted the coronavirus. He is vaccinated, with all doses, but Due to chemotherapy, which has left him very fragile, he has developed a lung infection. That’s why he went to the hospital, because of the lung infection. It’s bad? It is serious, because he is of a certain age, and he is treating cancer“His daughter Kely has assured the Fantastic program.
His other daughter Flavia has clarified that the 82-year-old He’s not in the intensive care ward, as has been assured, but in a normal room because currently the doctors do not consider her to be at any immediate risk. Both are optimistic about their prognosis and rule out that it will get worse in the coming days.
“We are not going to run to say goodbye. We’re doing shifts, he’s sick, he’s old, but he’s there with a lung infection. He is taking antibiotics and when he gets better he will go home again. You are not saying goodbye to anyone in the hospital“Kelly added.
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