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Jeremih Transferred Out of ICU Amid COVID-19 Recovery — See the Singer's Latest Health Update

Olawale Ogunjimi
Nov 23, 2020
06:42 A.M.
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Star singer Jeremih has been transferred from the intensive care unit following his scary encounter with the novel coronavirus pandemic. His family members made it known that he would be out in no time.


R&B star Jeremih is out of ICU and on his way to recovery after having an unpleasant experience with COVID-19. In weeks leading up to his gradual recovery, fans and celebrities have been showing their concerns and sharing prayers for the star.

However, now that he is out of the intensive care unit, medical examiners assured his family members that the worst was over. Presently, Jeremih, 33, has been transferred to a regular hospital room where doctors said his recovery process would take place.

Jeremih poses for a portrait during the BET Awards 2019 at Microsoft Theater on June 23, 2019 in Los Angeles | Photo: Getty Images


His loved ones did not hold back on gratitude as they thanked fans and celebrities for the outpour of support and affection. The news of his health improvement comes as a relief as it was earlier reported that his well-being was deteriorating.

Last Saturday, many celebrities like 50 Cent, Meek Mill, Big Sean, and Chance The Rapper took to social media to ask fans to pray for Jeremih.


Star rapper 50 Cent wrote on Instagram: "Pray for my boy @jeremih he's not doing good this covid s— is real ?? he's in ICU in Chicago."

In a statement to ET, the singer's representative took a moment to remind fans and well-wishers that the novel coronavirus was still potent while stressing the need to uphold safety.

Fans also got sensitization on how COVID-19 affected people differently. Presently, prayers are up for Jeremih's speedy recovery.


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