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As always it is a pleasure to read that Malala is making good progress; we would be delighted to see her again, but respect her privacy and their space to recover promptly. Wishing Malala a beautiful weekend in Birmingham, I hope the sun shines through your window and robes you a smile 🙂
Always happy to see you are making good progress Malala also that you are allowed the privacy you deserve in these difficult moments; two weeks have gone flying; looking forward to see you up and running 😉
Malala Yousufzai continues to make steady progress at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, where she is in a stable condition.
Yesterday, UK Foreign Secretary William Hague, Pakistan Minister Rehman Malik and United Arab Emirates Foreign Minister Sheikh Abdullah Bin Zayed, met members of the medical team caring for the 15-year-old, and her father Ziauddin.
Afterwards, the ministerial delegation held a short press conference during which Mr Hague said Malala’s “swift and full recovery is our absolute priority” and thanked the doctors at the hospital.
Only the medical team caring for Malala and her immediate family have been given access to her bedside.
Great to read so many important dignitaries are interested in another dignitary 🙂 . It is good you were not disturbed during these visits. The most important goal is for you to get better Malala, you can have time for visits later. Have a nice Tuesday young lady.
Great to read Malala spent a beautiful weekend with the family; wondering if she is well enough to start going through her books today; hopefully not much pain or clinical assessments so she can concentrate on her studies; then again if such assessments will bring her closer to full recovery then is better to go for them, the sooner she can be out of hospital the better.
Malala Yousufzai’s condition today was described as stable following another comfortable night at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, under the care of her medical team from the Queen Elizabeth and Birmingham Children’s hospitals.
Ziauddin said he was desperate to be at his daughter‘s bedside. The problem, he said, was that his wife’s Pakistanidocuments were not up to date so they had to wait for the government to issue new ones.
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