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Video: British couple and their journey of COVID-19 treatment in Vietnam

23:41 | 16/04/2020

On April 13, the COVID-19 patient No.28, a British, was discharged from the Central Hospital for Tropical Diseases after a full recover. He is one of the 6 most serious cases in Vietnam to date.  His wife, also a COVID-19 patient, was discharged from the same hospital on April 2.    

video british couple and their journey of covid 19 treatment in vietnam British COVID-19 patient: ‘If it’s not Vietnam, we might have died’

Source video: VTC1

Dixong John Garth, 74, and his wife, Shan Coralie Barker, 67, were diagnosed with the deadly SARS-CoV-2 virus after flying the VN54 flight to Vietnam from the UK on March 2.

Gareth was one of the first critical cases in Vietnam that needed to be put on a life support machine.

After more than 10 days in the intensive care unit, he stopped using a ventilator, able to communicate with doctors.

Expressing special thanks for Vietnamese doctors who saved their lives, Barker said on April 13 they might have not survived if they had stayed in the UK.

The couple have returned to the UK on April 14.

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