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Joan Rivers moved out of intensive care, daughter Melissa Rivers says
Joan Rivers, 81, who has been in a coma for the last week, "has been moved out of intensive care and into a private room where she is being kept comfortable," her daughter Melissa Rivers said in a statement Wednesday.
Melissa Rivers, 46, did not indicate whether her mother remained on life support at Mount Sinai Hospital or if her condition -- previously listed as critical -- had improved or worsened.
Rivers went into cardiac arrest last Thursday while undergoing an outpatient procedure involving her vocal chords at an Upper East Side endoscopy clinic.
Rivers also thanked her mother's friends and fans "for your continued support."
Social media has been abuzz with best wishes for the Brooklyn-born jokester, with stars including Kathy Griffin, Cher and Bette Midler all tweeting their hopes for her recovery.