British pilot discharged from Vietnam hospital, heading home

HO CHI MINH CITY, Vietnam -- A British pilot who was Vietnam's most critical COVID-19 patient was discharged from a hospital on Saturday, less than a week after doctors said he was virus-free and healthy enough to return home to Scotland.

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