British COVID-19 patient able to communicate well verbally

VOV.VN - Vietnam’s most critical British patient (patient 91) on June 15 continued to display a remarkable recovery with signs of full consciousness, good verbal communication, and gradually recovered hand muscles as normal, according to the National Steering Committee for COVID-19 Prevention and Control.

The patient’s health condition is getting better as his renal, cardiac, and hepatic functions have seen vast improvements, with normal body temperature at 37oC.

According to health experts, he still needs more time to make a complete recovery, and during the recovery process he may suffer new episodes of infection.

The 43-year-old British pilot is the most severe COVID-19 patient in Vietnam, and is receiving intensive treatment at the Cho Ray Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City after being cured from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).

Vietnam has so far recorded a total of 334 active cases, including 323 having fully recovered from the deadly virus or 96.7% of all cases.

The country has gone 60 consecutive days without any case of community infection. Among the 11 positive patients in treatment, five have tested negative for the SARS-CoV-2 virus one or at least twice.


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