Solène Delinger 12:19pm, March 20, 2023Yannick Noah has been hospitalized since last Thursday in Paris following a malaria crisis. The 62-year-old singer contracted the disease while on holiday in French Polynesia. He had already been hit last summer, while he was in Cameroon. His prognosis is not life-threatening and he should be discharged from the hospital very quickly.
Yannick Noah is really not at the top of his form... The former tennis player has been hospitalized since Thursday, March 16, 2023 because of a violent attack of malaria. He shared the sad news in a story on his Instagram account where his fans were able to discover him bedridden and on a drip.
"Beautiful crisis of palu to celebrate the return"
Yannick Noah had just returned from his heavenly vacation in French Polynesia when he had to be hospitalized urgently. "Beautiful crisis of palu to celebrate the return," he wrote in the caption of his story. The Saga Africa singer suffers from high fever, headache and vomiting. His prognosis is not life-threatening and he should be discharged from the hospital very quickly. Yannick Noah has indeed reassuring news of his state of health Saturday, March 18, 2023. "Go one last share for the weekend even if I'm still in my Parisian bed taking care of my malaria. It's much better! Thank you for all your messages. Luckily my head and heart are still in Tahiti. What a trip! We will be back soon! What beautiful precious moments spent with you all friends! Next time, avoid coming to the airport to say goodbye, it will avoid tears. We love you. See you soon!" he wrote in the caption of a photo of him in the wilderness.
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Yannick Noah had already been affected by malaria last summer
This is not the first time that Yannick Noah has contracted this disease caused by a parasite and transmitted by the bite of a mosquito. The 62-year-old singer had already been affected by malaria in June 2022, during his trip to Cameroon. "I hope there won't be a relapse... the malaria...", wrote Yannick Noah, whose fear has unfortunately indeed materialized...