Michael Schumacher out of coma, leaves hospital in France

Finally some good news regarding the health of Michael Schumacher, following his skiing accident in the French Alps just before the New Year, where he suffered a very dangerous head trauma, putting him in coma for close to xis months.

The former seven-time Formula One world champion has come out of his coma and has left the hospital in Grenoble, France.

Details are limited, but Michael’s spokesperson Sabine Kehm has announced to the media that “Michael has left the CHU Grenoble to continue his long phase of rehabilitation,” and that “he is not in a coma anymore.”

Back in March reports were circulating that Schumacher family is building a home medical suite that will be used for rehabilitation. Whether it is in his home in Germany, Monaco or somewhere else is not important. He and his family need privacy and we hope that everyone in the media business understands it.

German’s Bild reports that Schumacher is now able to breathe without assistance and his rehabilitation “could take months if not years” and some medical experts are still sceptical about his full recovery.

We wish Michael and his family all the best and hope to hear more good news soon regarding his recovery.


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