Entertainment Update on Fausto Gresini: "Slow but continuous improvement"
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team boss Fausto Gresini has been struggling with the consequences of a COVID-19 disease for one and a half months. Before Christmas, Gresini tested positive for the corona virus and was hospitalized a little later. The Italian is still in the intensive care unit of the clinic in Bologna, but has recently made steady progress.
The latest communication from the Gresini team speaks of a "slow but continuous improvement in the state of health". Doctor Nicola Cilloni confirms: "Fausto's health is slowly improving. He has now been free of fever for more than a week and rehabilitation is progressing every day, even if there is still a long way to go."
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"He is still supported by the breathing machine, but he is working on it and trying to regain the strength to do it on his own," comments the attending physician. Most recently, Gresini managed to keep in touch with Ms. Nadia.
"He can make video calls and sees Nadia. The next steps will be the functional restoration of breathing and food intake," says the doctor treating the clinic in Bologna.
Media reports about Fausto Gresini's death on Monday a false report .
© Motorsport Images Ex-world champion Fausto Gresini fights for his life in Bologna On Monday evening various media announced the death of MotoGP team boss Fausto Gresini. The news spread like wildfire over the Internet. A little later, however, the Gresini team made it clear that Fausto Gresini is still alive. "Fausto is still with us, even if he is in an extremely critical condition," read the short Twitter message from the Italian MotoGP team.