Baby stabbed in Bondi Junction attack no longer in serious condition

The health of the nine-month-old baby who was stabbed in the Bondi Junction attack on Saturday has improved again, with her condition upgraded to stable at Sydney Children’s Hospital this afternoon.

NSW Health officials made the announcement this afternoon, after the child had previously been in a serious but stable condition.

Sydney Childrens Hospital (AFR)

“Some patients have been treated and discharged, while six patients continue to receive care in hospital for their injuries”, a NSW Health spokesperson said.

As of noon today, two patients remain at St Vincent’s Hospital – a man and woman who are both stable.

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Two patients are also still at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital.

One is a woman who remains in ICU in a serious but stable condition, while the other is a man in a stable condition on a ward.

Another female patient is at Royal North Shore Hospital in a stable condition.

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