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Lauda still scheduled to leave hospital next week

Jan.9 Niki Lauda's doctor has played down rumours the Mercedes team chairman is back in a life-threatening situation with pneumonia. Earlier, it emerged that while on holiday with his family in the wake of his 2018 lung transplant, the F1 legend had to fly back to Austria to be treated for influenza A. It was confirmed that Lauda, 69, was back in intensive care, but Welt newspaper and other publications said the Mercedes team chairman had developed pneumonia. Lauda's treating doctor Walter Klepetko told Kurier newspaper that the great Austrian is "very tired", explaining that it is "not a classic infection" and "more than a cold". "Because of the...
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