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Vietnam determined to save British pilot, avoid its first COVID-19 death

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4 minutes ago, Letseng said:

Blood plasma from a recovered person? This has been successfully done in other countries. 

Why did he go to a bar at this time?

He got infected in March, before any lockdown was in place.

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2 hours ago, Darkside Gray said:

Vietnam did it right, the place is now back to normal, not a new normal!

Hopefully, Cambodia very soon - new normal here same as "old normal"! 

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14 hours ago, madmen said:

To go to that level of expense and risk to just keep a perfect record  is insane .He is basically dead already , surely that money could be used down at the local children's hospital

This is not only about saving a life.

This is a British pilot - remember Vietnam War? John McCain was a great piece in the communist propaganda puzzle.

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Well, i can only wish Vietnam succeeds. They are a good example to the rest of the world on how to beat coronavirus.

 

I wonder how much effort would be spent in Thailand on a foreign pilot .......

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20 hours ago, Letseng said:

Blood plasma from a recovered person? This has been successfully done in other countries. 

Why did he go to a bar at this time?

I hope it wasn't the airport bar just before take off.

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Fair play to Vietnam for trying to keep a clean sheet. They have done a great job so far, and after having to go through the vietnamese medical service a few years back I only have praise for them.

 

They saved my life and lets hope they save his.

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