The firstborn of the sextuplets is stable, but still in a critical condition.
"Baby one remains in his own critical state but he's stabilised," chairman of the North Central Regional Health Authority (NCRHA) Dr Shehenaz Mohammed said yesterday.
She said all the baby boy's complications, typical of a premature baby, were being managed by the Mt Hope Women's hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU).
"In ICU, you really can't tell how it will go. It can go either way in a split second," said Mohammed.
She said the other five babies were doing well, still off the ventilators and breathing on their own.
She said the babies were on antibiotic drips to fight against infections.
In praising the NICU team and the hospital staff yesterday, Mohammed said in order to mark International Women's Day, tea plates, flowers and cakes were given to all the women working in the NCRHA.