American singer, screenwriter, and composer Adam Schlesinger hospitalized with a diagnosis of coronavirus

The status of the holder of three Emmy awards is assessed as grave.

Insiders reported that 53-year-old Adam Schlesinger was taken to the hospital in critical condition. The singer revealed the presence of coronavirus infection, as well as some complications that arose during the course of the disease.

The girl who reported this wished to remain anonymous, but said that Schlesinger had identified COVID-19. In this regard, he was taken to a hospital. She also noted that his condition remains critical, but they hope for the best.

On the fan portal of the winner of three awards, Emmy, Grammy, and ASCAP Pop Music, information was published that, in order to stabilize Schlesinger’s condition, doctors had to enter him into an artificial coma. However, the composer’s lawyer denied this, confirming only the fact that his client was hospitalized, according to Variety.

Note Adam Schlesinger in 1997 was nominated for an Academy Award for the track for the movie What You Do with starring Tom Hanks.