Well, we have good news and bad news: Joan Rivers has been moved out of intensive care, but she’s not showing any signs of improvement…
According to TMZ, Joan’s daughter released a brief update about her mother’s condition on Wednesday that read:
“My mother has been moved out of intensive care and into a private room where she is being kept comfortable.”
While it may seem that being moved out of intensive care is a good thing, it is not necessarily a positive sign. Joan would be more closely monitored by doctors in intensive care, so a move to a private room could signal that doctors have done all they can for her.
One would think that Melissa would have made it clear in her statement if the move was a good thing.
After she stopped breathing during a surgery on her vocal cords last week, doctors put Joan into a medically induced coma over the weekend. On Sunday, her family said that Joan would be lifted out of her coma by Tuesday, but they have given no update on that.
The 81 year-old comedienne remains on life support, and in the coming days her family may face the agonizing decision of whether or not to turn off the machines.
Based on Joan’s move out of intensive care, it’s not looking good…
What do you think this update means for Joan Rivers’ condition? Is it a good sign, or a bad one? Let us know in the comments below!