Since Sunday July 18, Jacob Desvarieux, co-founder of the Kassav group, has been in intensive care after a transplant. A message that worries the fans of the group, even if his condition is considered stable.
A “classic medical protocol”. Since Sunday July 18, Jacob Desvarieux has been “plunged into an artificial coma in order to provide him with the necessary care” after complications likely related to a recent transplant, as officially announced by the management of Kassav and Los Production. The leader and co-founder of the West Indian group Kassav was hospitalized and placed in intensive care after going to the Pointe-à-Pitre University Hospital in Guadeloupe for follow-up examinations after a transplant. Suffering from diabetes, the 65-year-old artist discovered during this investigation that he was positive for the coronavirus, reports the La1ere site.
“His condition is deemed stable by his doctors and we will be back within 48 hours for more information,” the Kassav group announced in a statement sent to Facebook and also called for “not to disseminate false information via WhatsApp in order to make the team of the CHU of Pointe-à-Pitre work ”and also“ around [the ] Parents ”by Jacob Desvarieux. A message which aims to reassure the health of the musician, who undergoes a “classic medical protocol” which does not have enough to alert the fans of the group.
However, when this hospital admission was announced, they were particularly present and especially wanted to support Jacob Desvarieux, while the singer had already been hospitalized in the past following false rumors. “With all my heart to him and the Kassav ‘family to give him strength! “,” Good luck to Jacob, it would be nice if people were a little more respectful and didn’t spread false information “,” he continued with the group keep rocking “,” We are sending a lot of positive waves for his recovery, ”can we read from the fans in the comments.
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