Vietnam struggles to save British pilot, avoid first Covid death

Residents celebrate as police officers leave Dong Cuu, , the last quarantined village in Vietnam affected by the coronavirus disease, outside Hanoi, Vietnam May 1. (Reuters file photo)
Residents celebrate as police officers leave Dong Cuu, , the last quarantined village in Vietnam affected by the coronavirus disease, outside Hanoi, Vietnam May 1. (Reuters file photo)

bangkokpost.com – 14 MAY 2020 AT 17:30, WRITER: REUTERS

HANOI: Vietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill coronavirus patient, a British pilot who works for Vietnam Airlines, the national carrier.

Through aggressive testing and a mass, centralised quarantine programme, the Southeast Asian country has kept its tally of coronavirus cases to just 288 and has reported no deaths.

Little expense has been spared to try save the life of the 43-year-old man, identified only as “Patient 91”, who caught the coronavirus at a bar in the southern business hub of Ho Chi Minh City in mid-March, state media reported.

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