Michael Schumacher remains in an artificial coma

Earlier today, Michael Schumacher’s manager Sabine Kehm made an announcement regarding Schumi’s health as against press conferences at Grenoble Hospital these past 2 days.

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Gary Hartstein, @former_f1doc on Twitter today said, “So lets accept, painfully, a high degree of uncertainty. We live with it in the hospital by focusing on the immediate.” While we wait for another insight, here’s more clarity from Tuesday’s press conference.

Michael Schumacher’s most recent operation involved evacuating the hematoma further. Sabine Kehm said, “The good news for today is that we do not feel it necessary to hold a press conference because there are no significant changes.” “However, it is still very early, and the situation overall is critical. Everything can change immediately,” she added. “Michael’s condition has been supervised all night and has remained stable, overnight and also now.”