Nobel literature laureate Gabriel Garcia Marquez went home to his Mexico City residence after a week-long hospitalization for pneumonia. The 87-year-old Colombian writer, however, remains in a “delicate” condition, officials said. He was hospitalized on March 31 and treated with antibiotics for lung and urinary tract infections. He had “quite severe pneumonic symptoms,” Health Minister Mercedes Juan said. He will recover at home where an oxygen tank, medical bed and yellow roses, have been sent.
Read the full story on Rappler.