SINGAPORE - Former prime minister Lee Kuan Yew's condition remains largely unchanged since the last update on March 6, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said on Friday.
On March 6, the PMO said in a statement that Mr Lee's condition remained largely unchanged since the previous update on Feb 28 and that the doctors would continue to monitor his condition.
On Feb 28, the PMO said that Mr Lee remained sedated and was on mechanical ventilation in the Intensive Care Unit at Singapore General Hospital (SGH). He was also continuing with his antibiotics, the statement had said.
Mr Lee, 91, was admitted to SGH on Feb 5 with severe pneumonia.