Two of the five recaptured prisoners have been discharged after being treated at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital and are being held in police custody.
Permanent secretary for Health Doctor Eloni Tora said three of the recaptured prisoners were still admitted and were in stable condition.
"They are recovering well and should be discharged by early next week," he said.
Epeli Qaraniqio, Tevita Sugu, Josaia Usumaki and Solomoni Qurai were recaptured following a cohesive raid by police and the military at Uduya Point last Friday while the remaining escapee Isoa Waqa was arrested on Wednesday in Laqere.
Chief of operations Assistant Commissioner of Police Rusiate Tudravu earlier confirmed that the recaptured convicts were admitted in hospital and were under police guard.
Meanwhile, an investigation to determine whether or not excessive force was used during the arrest of the five convicts.
ACP Tudravu confirmed their officers would be investigated if they did use excessive force.
"Our main priority was that we needed to take them to court, which is a normal thing. It is not the first time that reasonable force was used on escapees," he said.
"Police are not allowed to use excessive force." ACP Tudravu said.
Permanent secretary for Information Sharon Smith-Johns in a statement issued this week said the Fijian government did not condone to use of excessive force.
"Such incidents are unfortunate and the government makes it clear that behavior of this nature is unacceptable," Ms Smith-Johns said.
She said they would determine the facts of the matter before they issued a final statement.
"Police and the military used all their resources to recapture the escapees. We are in the process of investigating. The escapees were resisting arrest, they were armed," she said.