Report: Singer Shmulik Krauss hospitalized with swine flu

February 7, 2013 21:11


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Israeli singer and composer Shmulik Krauss, who was admitted to Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv on Wednesday, is suffering from the swine flu, Channel 10 reported on Thursday.

The 77-year-old Krauss remained in the hospital's intensive care unit in serious, yet stable condition.

Krauss was a member of the 1960s pop group The High Windows, along with Arik Einstein and Josie Katz and has composed music for several Israeli singers, including Shalom Hanoch.

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