At 10 p.m. local time on December 16, a Daily Mail article entitled Exploring Schumachers Restoration: Five years after the accident, Schumacher is no longer in bed, but it costs 50,000 pounds a week for treatment became popular on the Internet. This time, did Chewang really wake up? Or is it a beautiful lie?
Yang Zi Evening News/Yang Yan reporter Huang Qiyuan
Schumacher pulled out of bed
According to the Daily Mail and Daily Mirror, Schumacher is no longer bedridden and needs no intubation to maintain vital signs. However, the news has not yet been confirmed by Schumachers family and the economic and medical team.
Since the skiing accident at the end of 2013, Schumachers physical condition has attracted much attention from the outside world. Because the Chewang family and their team are basically tight-lipped about its recovery process, foreign media can only interview marginal insiders, or try to dig out details from other visiting populations. Over the past five years, topics such as Schumachers recovery, Schumachers diminishing figure and high treatment costs have been hyped almost every year.
A close reading of the original text reveals that the real part of news is the following: according to the Daily Mail, Schumacher is no longer in bed, but still has to pay more than 50,000 pounds a week for treatment. The rest is just a summary of Schumachers past news, more like a review of the 5th anniversary of the accident and King Ches 50th birthday (January 3, 2019).
So far, the news of Schumachers official social media account remains on the news that Ferrari will hold a photo exhibition in celebration of King Ches 50th birthday, without responding to media reports about the revival.
Over the past five years, Chewangs family and team have been extremely privacy-conscious. Even if his recovery has really progressed, the only way to get access is through his family or his broker team, not so-called media stories.
On December 29, 2013, Schumacher was rushed to a local hospital after he hit his head against a rock while skiing in the French Alps. Schumacher had symptoms of cerebral hemorrhage, and doctors had craniotomy and hypotension surgery on his head overnight. Two days later, Granoble Hospital announced that Schumacher was temporarily out of danger, but when he would wake up was unknown.
Since then, rumors about Schumacher have never stopped. In May this year, the Spanish media diariogol reported that Alonso visited Schumacher and said that the Kings health remained unchanged. He was still able to survive on a ventilator. His weight dropped to less than 45 kilograms and his height dropped from 1.174 to 1.160 meters.
Previously, German media reported that Chewangs life was sustained by expensive medical technology. Schumachers wife hired a 15-member medical team to take care of her husband 24 hours a day in order to revive him.
According to Diariogol, the cost of hiring the medical team is as high as 100,000 euros a week.
To this end, Schumachers wife, Corina, sold a villa and a private jet. According to British media statistics, Corinna has spent about 20 million euros.
However, according to the British Times, Schumachers career income has reached 700 million euros, and there are many investments. The Chewang family should be free from financial distress for the time being.
Source of this article: Xinhua Newspaper Network - responsible editor of Yangtze Evening News: Cao Liemen_NS1806