FIA President announced the improvement of SchumacherAugust 21, 2019
The health status of the seven-time Formula 1 champion Michael Schumacher, who received a head injury in 2013, is improving. It is reported by the Daily Mail with reference to the president of the International Automobile Federation (FIA). According to him, the German is already watching Formula 1 racing at home on TV.
“I am always careful with such statements, but it’s true. I watched a race with his Schumacher at his house in Switzerland. Michael is in good hands, he does not give up and continues to fight, ”said Jean Todt.
Schumacher is currently undergoing treatment at his home in Switzerland. Earlier it was reported that caring for a rider costs more than 50 thousand pounds a week.
Schumacher was seriously injured on December 29, 2013 while relaxing in the French resort of Meribel. While skiing, the race driver tripped on a stone and hit his head on a ledge of a rock.
The victim was taken to Grenoble, where doctors put him in an artificial coma. The athlete underwent two operations, and in January 2014, doctors began to remove him from a coma. Later, former French racing driver Philippe Streiff in an interview with Europe-1 said that Schumacher was paralyzed and had problems with memory and speech.
In early September 2014, Michael Schumacher was discharged from a rehabilitation center in Basel. The rider continued the restoration of the house, for this he was transferred to a family residence in Switzerland. In total, the hospital Schumacher was 254 days. In his mansion, 15 medical specialists are involved in the treatment of the athlete.
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