VOV.VN - Stephen Cameron, a 43-year-old British pilot who has been the most severe novel coronavirus (COVID-19) case in Vietnam, is scheduled to be repatriated to his native UK on July 12 on the Boeing 787-10 Dreamliner he used to fly, as soon as he receives a discharge from hospital.
VOV.VN - The British pilot, the most critical ill coronavirus case in Vietnam, is due to be discharged from hospital on July 11, one day before he takes a repatriation flight to his home country, according to doctors.
VOV.VN - The British pilot, the most critically ill coronavirus case in Vietnam, and another Vietnamese resident were confirmed to have fully recovered from the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
VOV.VN - A British pilot who had been suffering from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) known as “patient 91” has been confirmed to be in good enough health to be discharged from hospital and be put on a long-haul flight to return to the UK on July 12.
VOV.VN - A British pilot patient (patient 91) who is currently being treated at Ho Chi Minh City-based Cho Ray Hospital is making a strong recovery and is mentality stable, according to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) treatment sub-committee under the Ministry of Health.
VOV.VN - Groups of leading Vietnamese health specialists are poised to meet for the sixth national consultation this week to check on the progress of a British pilot to determine if he is healthy enough to be discharged from hospital and be put on a long-haul flight back to the UK on July 12.
VOV.VN - The British pilot, the most severe coronavirus case in Vietnam, has made a substantial recovery over the past few weeks and expressed his wish to come back to his native hometown in Scotland following a complete recovery.
VOV.VN - Without medical workers’ support, the British pilot, Vietnam’s most critically ill COVID-19 patient, known as patient 91, can get up and turn around in bed, doctors said on June 18.
VOV.VN - Critically ill British patient continued making a miraculous recovery on June 13 when he became disconnected from a ventilator and now can breathe through a tracheal tube, according to health professionals.
VOV.VN - Vietnam reported no new community cases during the past 24 hours and there are only six positive cases left in the country, according to the Ministry of Health.
Vietnam's most critical COVID-19 patient, who'd remained comatose for more than two months, tested negative on June 7 for a lung infection causing bacteria.
VOV.VN - The British patient who is critically ill with the novel coronavirus in Vietnam has gone on making partial recovery as his lung and kidney functions have increased gradually, doctors said on May 31.
VOV.VN - Stephen Cameron, the critically ill British citizen who was infected with COVID-19 has shown signs of consciousness and moved his fingers after stopping sedation, according to doctors.
VOV.VN - Experts are considering the possibility of repatriating the British pilot, known as coronavirus patient 91 in Vietnam, to the UK as he is declared coronavirus free and his damaged lung function is improving.
VOV.VN - The British pilot, who was infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus in Ho Chi Minh City, has shown signs of a slight recovery following the results of the second CT-scan, doctors said on May 19.
VOV.VN - A British citizen, widely known as ‘patient 91’, who contracted the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Ho Chi Minh city, has yet to show any signs of recovery despite enjoying some recent clinical improvements, according to the Ministry of Health.
VOV.VN - Vietnam has recorded no new coronavirus cases in the past 12 hours after confirming five infections in the previous 12 hours, keeping the country’s cumulative tally at 318, the Ministry of Health said in its May 17 morning update.
VOV.VN - A British citizen who was infected with COVID-19 in Vietnam remains in critical condition with 90% of his lungs damaged and a lung transplant is the only solution to save his life, according to doctors.
VOV.VN - Another Vietnamese citizen returning from coronavirus-hit Russia has been diagnosed with the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, the Ministry of Health said on May 16 morning update.