Yousafzai's doctors report that the 14-year-old is doing well. She's able to stand up and write notes but is "not out of the woods," Dr. David Rosser of the U.K.'s Queen Elizabeth Hospital told reporters.
"She is still showing some signs of infection, which is probably related to the bullet track. [There is] some infection in the bullet track, which is our key source of concern," he said.
She still has a few weeks of recovery treatment ahead, including a skull reconstruction surgery.
Yousafzai is a girl's education activist whose survival and recovery has made international headlines and inspired dozens of vigils and anti-Taliban protests.