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Contact: Secretary of The Governor of San Andreas
Governor of San Andreas Makes Progress in Recovery
Los Santos – 11/01/2023 – The Governor of San Andreas has made significant progress in his recovery since being admitted to Pillbox Medical Center on 10/17/2023 following a motor vehicle accident.
The Governor is no longer in a medically induced coma and is now able to communicate verbally, however doctors urge the conversations to be short as he is still very weak. He is also able to move his limbs on his own, but he is still weak and requires assistance with some activities.
The Governor’s doctors are pleased with his progress so far, but they caution that his recovery will be long and challenging. He is expected to remain in the hospital for several more weeks, and he will need to undergo physical therapy and rehabilitation after his discharge.
The Governor’s family and staff are grateful for the support and prayers of the San Andreas community during this difficult time. They ask for privacy as the Governor focuses on his recovery.
- The Governor’s subdural hematoma has resolved, and he is no longer at risk for complications at this moment. Doctors are still cautious and want to keep monitoring him.
- The Governor’s internal bleeding has stopped, and his spleen has been successfully removed.
- The Governor’s leg and arm fractures are healing well.
The Governor’s doctors are optimistic about his prognosis, but they caution that he will need to continue to work hard during his recovery. They are asking the public to be patient and supportive as the Governor heals.
How the Public Can Help:
- The Governor’s family and staff have asked for privacy during this time. Please respect their wishes.
- If you would like to show your support for the Governor, you can send cards and letters to Pillbox Medical Center. Please address them to the Governor of San Andreas.
- You can also donate to a charity in the Governor’s name. The Governor’s family is asking supporters to donate to the San Andreas Brain Injury Association.
Thank you for your support.