Royal Household Bureau
King's knee infection improves
His Majesty the King's knee infection has improved but the Royal physicians still administered medication for treating the infection, the Royal Household Bureau announced on Thursday.
In its 60th statement about the King's condition, the bureau said his doctors reported that the swelling and infection have improved substantially. The King still had low fever sometimes and his breathing was slightly faster than normal. However, his heartbeat and blood pressure were normal. The doctors also reported that His Majesty could sleep well and dine "almost at a normal level", according to the statement.
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