After being hospitalized for 4 months, the patient finally returned home. Foreign media:Symbol of Vietnam’s successful anti-epidemic

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Zhongxin.com, July 14th. According to a comprehensive report, recently, the 91st confirmed case of the new crown in Vietnam was discharged, which aroused public attention. This British national pilot of Vietnam National Airlines was hospitalized for nearly four months and was once seriously ill. With the day and night care of Vietnamese medical staff, he has finally recovered and returned home. Foreign media commented that this is Vietnam’s”symbol of successful fight against the epidemic.”

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The picture shows a hospital in Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. British pilot Cameron was carried on a stretcher.

Case No. 91:Surprised by the dedication of Vietnamese medical staff

According to Vietnamese media reports, Case No. 91 is British pilot Steven Ka Stephen Cameron, who entered Vietnam in early March, worked for Vietnam National Airlines. However, he entered the hospital for treatment shortly after the Vietnam Airlines flight mission. Before he was diagnosed, he had been to a bar in Ho Chi Minh City, which later became an epidemic area.

The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) said that Cameron spent nearly four months in a hospital in Ho Chi Minh City and was recently discharged home with gratitude.

On leaving the hospital, Cameron said:”I am surprised by the generosity of the Vietnamese people, the dedication and professionalism of the medical staff. I can only thank everyone here for what I have done. At home, I feel very happy, but I feel sad to say goodbye to so many friends I have made here.”

Associated Press:Vietnam goes all out to save patients

The Associated Press paid attention to the story of this case and stated in the report that Vietnam has made every effort to rescue patients who are pilots of Vietnam Airlines.

The report also quoted Chen Qingling, deputy head of the Department of Active Rehabilitation of the Dashui Wok Hospital:”The patient’s recovery is like going through a long flight. But he did it. Seeing him recover completely and discharged. All medical staff are very happy.”

Rapid response, Vietnam has no deaths

Agence France-Presse pointed out that so far, Vietnam’s After taking a quick and pioneering response, no deaths have occurred.

Reuters believes that by combining targeted testing and mandatory isolation, Vietnam limits the number of cases to an impressively low level.

The Associated Press said that Vietnam has not found local infections for nearly three months. The newly added cases have all been imported from abroad. After arriving in Vietnam, they have been placed in relevant isolation facilities.

According to Vietnam News Agency, as of July 14, local time, Vietnam has had 89 new cases of new crown community infections for 89 days. On the same day, Vietnam imported a new imported case, which was immediately quarantined after entry, and the cumulative number of diagnoses nationwide increased to 373. In addition, 352 people in Vietnam have been cured without deaths.