Asia’s Sickest Man Warns Everyone To Take The Coronavirus Pandemic Seriously
Stephen Cameron urges everyone to wear masks and follow social distancing.
Once reported as the sickest man in Asia, Stephen Cameron, 42, was working for the national carrier – Vietnam Airlines, when he tested positive for Coronavirus in March. Cameron’s condition went on deteriorating and soon he was put on ventilator support. It is said that he spent around 68 days on a ventilator. His battle against the dangerous ailment is a strong message to all the naysayers who are considering this virus just a little flu. Cameron has finally defeated Covid-19 and has urged people around the world to take this pandemic seriously.
Seeing Cameron’s condition, the doctor had given him only a 10 per cent chance of survival. However, the 42-year-old pilot managed to overcome the virus with his perseverance and with the help of his doctors. Cameron requested everyone to wear masks, maintain social distancing and take all necessary safety measures during the pandemic.
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