Thursday, May 21, 2015

Miriam Yeung was hospitalised due to high fever and not recovered yet

Singer Miriam Yeung (楊千嬅) was hospitalised due to high fever and shared a photo of her finger with injection on the Internet, and many fans were worried about her condition. The reporters from ON.CC (東網) went to the hospital and her manager, Sandy Lamb (林珊珊) replied: "Last week, Miriam was already hospitalised due to high fever and we assumed it was common flu only. We brought her to see doctor who insisted she needed to be sent to hospital. At that point, Real Ting (丁子高) was having fever as well and they were hospitalised together. Fortunately, Real was discharged after one night but must continued to consume flu medicine."

When mentioned about Miriam's condition, Sandy said: "She was having flu when preparing her concert earlier and lost her voice during the rehearsal instead. Perhaps she had not recover completely and continued working and this caused an infection and little pneumonia. The biggest problem her fever did not disappear after staying in the hospital for several days and the doctor rejected to discharge her as a result. Although Miriam can talk and discuss her work, but her condition perceives as unstable and the doctor insists that she needs to continue resting.

When asked if her work was affected, Sandy replied: "We need to make some amendments to her work schedule. Earlier, we accepted a voice dubbing assignment and will try our best to liaise with movie company. Currently, the doctor needs to analyse her condition before allowing her discharge from hospital. Also, Miriam had yet to complete the recording of new songs for her new Cantonese album which will be released around June or July. Most likely, her fans need to wait for another month." Sandy added that Miriam was a professional singer and artiste who would tried to finish her work. Let's hope she will recover soon and complete her new album and concert soon.

Source: ON.CC (HK)
Translated by: tvfan @ Asian E-News Portal
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