A British pilot, that had been Vietnam’s most crucial COVID-19 individual, was discharged from hospital on Saturday after being announced virus-free.
Stephen Cameron, from Motherwell in Scotland, was called”individual 91″ during more than two weeks on life support in the Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City.
He was stated to have become the sickest patient neighborhood doctors had to deal with throughout the outbreak.
At one stage they considered giving him a lung transplant because his own were 90 percent ruined and non-functional.
He’s currently reported from the hospital to be breathing normally with no aid, and he could sit and walk a couple of steps using a walking frame.
Stephen became something of a star in Vietnamese media on account of the seriousness of the illness and the following retrieval.
“I am overwhelmed with the generosity of those Vietnamese people, the devotion and professionalism of these physicians and nurses,” he said on Saturday morning at a video published by the hospital, where he was treated.