Pelé’s family: COVID caused infection, death not imminent


              A Santos soccer team supporter lights a candle during a payer vigil for the recovery of former soccer star Pele, in front of the Albert Einstein hospital where Pele is hospitalized in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2022. The 82-year-old Pele has been at the hospital since Tuesday and officials say he is responding well to treatment for a respiratory infection. (AP Photo/Marcelo Chello)
            
              A Santos soccer team supporter posts a photo of former soccer star Pele on a window of the Albert Einstein hospital where Pele is hospitalized during a payer vigil for his recovery in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2022. The 82-year-old Pele has been at the hospital since Tuesday and officials say he is responding well to treatment for a respiratory infection. (AP Photo/Marcelo Chello)
            
              Santos soccer team supporters gather at a prayer vigil for the recovery of former soccer star Pele, in front of the Albert Einstein hospital where Pele is hospitalized in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2022. The 82-year-old Pele has been at the hospital since Tuesday and officials say he is responding well to treatment for a respiratory infection. (AP Photo/Marcelo Chello)
            
              Santos soccer team supporters secure a banner with the image of former soccer star Pele, in front of the Albert Einstein hospital where he is hospitalized in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sunday, Nov. 4, 2022. The 82-year-old Pele has been at the hospital since Tuesday and officials say he is responding well to treatment for a respiratory infection. (AP Photo/Marcelo Chello)
Pelé’s family: COVID caused infection, death not imminent