SINGAPORE - Former Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew's condition remains largely unchanged since the last update on Mar 6, the Prime Minister's Office (PMO) said in a statement today.
On Mar 6, the PMO had said that Mr Lee was in a stable condition, and was still being monitored closely by his doctors.
Mr Lee, 91, was admitted to Singapore General Hospital on Feb 5 for severe pneumonia.
In a statement on Feb 28, the PMO said that Mr Lee's condition had improved slightly, but that he continued to be on antibiotics, was still sedated and was on mechanical ventilation at the Intensive Care Unit at SGH.
Since news broke that Mr Lee was in hospital, he has received hundreds of good wishes for his recovery from members of the public.