06:30 | 12/07/2020
Reuters, ABC News, AP among other international news outlets have followed closely the path to recovery of a British pilot, Vietnam’s most critical COVID-19 patient from when he spent two months in a ventilator and planned to have double lung transplant to free of virus and healthy.
13:19 | 01/07/2020
Stephen Cameron, known as Patient 91 in Vietnam has fully recovered his motor ability after over three months of treatment for COVID-19.
18:01 | 08/06/2020
In the latest update of the British pilot - known as “patient 91” in Vietnam - posted in the UK-based Daily Mail, Vietnam’s efforts in saving the most critical nCoV-hit patient have been showered with praises from international readers.
09:21 | 03/06/2020
The critically ill British pilot, coronavirus patient, for the first time during the treatment was able to smile when doctors talked to him on June 2.
07:05 | 02/06/2020
Latest information from the Treatment Subcommittee - National Steering Committee on COVID-19 prevention and control, the health of critically ill British pilot, Patient 91, currently being treated at Cho Ray Hospital (HCMC) has many positive signals.
10:05 | 28/05/2020
Stephan Cameron, the British pilot who is known as Patient 91 has shown signs of consciousness and moved his fingers after stopping sedation, doctors at Cho Ray hospital announced on Wednesday.
06:00 | 28/05/2020
The British Consul General in Ho Chi Minh city gave his sincere thanks to the Ho Chi Minh city Hospital of Tropical Diseases and Cho Ray Hospital who have worked tirelessly to save the British pilot, known as Patient 91.
06:00 | 28/05/2020
Vietnam is one of those rare countries that maintain its largely free of hard restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, announcing it has no coronavirus death to date, according to Asahi, the most respected daily newspaper in Japan.
01:00 | 14/05/2020
A 40-year-old healthy woman and a 70-year-old veteran have registered to donate their lungs to the British pilot, known as “patient 91” in Vietnam, upon hearing his condition worsens. Both have no relationship with the patient in person.
09:03 | 11/05/2020
The motto "Every life counts" has been the inspiration of Vietnam to rescue from the clutches of SARS-Cov-2 a British citizen, the person with whom the virus has been most cruel in this country.