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Egyptian actress Yasmin Abdulaziz shares recovery video


Yasmin Abdulaziz poses for a photo at her apartment. File

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Egyptian star Yasmin Abdulaziz shared a video of her recovery on Instagram.  

The video clip received a great interaction from the actors and her fans in the Arab world.

The clip garnered over 3 million likes and more than 41,000 comments — all wishing  her to return again to the screen.

The Egyptian actress slipped into a coma due to a medical error during a surgery in July.

She was transferred in the intensive care unit in a hospital.

The clip was a collection of photos that she went through during her illness, and in the background of the photos is the song “We will live” by singer Elissa.

She wrote: “My dear audience in Egypt and the Arab world, I miss you very much, thank God, I stayed well, and I recovered, thank God.”

She continued: "A few words of thanks to you and for your love. I love you very much, and it is true that I am unable to repay you all the love and all the support that I received from you. Thank you, my dear audience in Egypt and the Arab world."

In late July, Egyptian artist and husband Ahmed Al Awadi announced that his wife had left the intensive care unit, referring to the beginning of her recovery, calling everyone to pray for her recovery.

The artist wrote on Facebook, “Thank God, Yasmine is out of intensive care unit. But the instructions of the treating doctors prohibits any visits for two weeks as the case is under severe medical care ... until the condition stabilises... I apologise for not responding, but please forgive me…”

Wael Abdelaziz, Yasmin’s brother, revealed, through his Facebook account that Abdel Fattah Al Sisi, President of the Arab Republic of Egypt, sent an integrated medical team to follow up on her condition and supervise the doctors who performed the operation.

Yasmin Abdulaziz is the latest cultural personality to receive a UAE Golden Visa.

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