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Sibei xia suay. after WHO they head big and yet some local still praise them. KNN

Why now xia sua chan and small space jo so quiet now? 

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2 minutes ago, Coffee_O said:

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Sibei xia suay. after WHO they head big and yet some local still praise them. KNN

Why now xia sua chan and small space jo so quiet now? 

 

Sb70 worshipped them... In their eyes they can do no wrong...

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Just now, XianGe said:

 

Sb70 worshipped them... In their eyes they can do no wrong...

Ya and ironically it's mostly those SB70 that flout the CB also. those lan jiao PG and MG

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2 minutes ago, aaur4man said:

Now like no more press conference?

Busy preparing for election. moreover no point having press conference when reporter ask that fat health expert, everything also say not sure or dont know

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SG's failure was because they forgot about the bangla workers... because the banglas were hidden in dorms.

The first bangla case appeared in feb (seletar aerospace), but they still didnt care about bangla in dorms... and went about preparing for the election.

 

In march,  the banglas are infecting PAP's precious CECAs at mustafa... forcing mustafa shutdown...

then they traced cases back to bangla dorms and notis many banglas reporting sick...

so they start testing... and the bangla cases erupted!!

 

back to question, how come other countries so little cases?

no test, no positive results, no case. so simple!

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50 minutes ago, meng.huat said:

SG's failure was because they forgot about the bangla workers... because the banglas were hidden in dorms.

The first bangla case appeared in feb (seletar aerospace), but they still didnt care about bangla in dorms... and went about preparing for the election.

 

In march,  the banglas are infecting PAP's precious CECAs at mustafa... forcing mustafa shutdown...

then they traced cases back to bangla dorms and notis many banglas reporting sick...

so they start testing... and the bangla cases erupted!!

 

back to question, how come other countries so little cases?

no test, no positive results, no case. so simple!

 

I don't think they conveniently forgot....more like don't see means don't have.

 

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1 minute ago, aaur4man said:

 

I don't think they conveniently forgot....more like don't see means don't have.

 

 

i think Jo Teo don't even know where is S11 dorms before March.

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26 minutes ago, The_King said:

My country embarrassed me

 

yes. Trump is such an embarrassment.

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the girls dont even scare AIDS, what is corona to them.... 

 

ok joking, because they always wear mask due to pollution.....

 

thats why sg suddenly a lot of people get because the gov ask us dont need to wear mask........

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18 minutes ago, stemcell said:

 

thats why sg suddenly a lot of people get because the gov ask us dont need to wear mask........

 

This one I really feel damn cb

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1st death incoming...

 

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

 

HANOI: Vietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill novel 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.

 

More than 4,000 people connected to the cluster were tested, with 18 of them found to be infected with the coronavirus.

While most have recovered, the British pilot is on life support and his condition has deteriorated significantly.

On Tuesday, the health ministry held a meeting with experts from top hospitals and decided that the only way to save the man's life was with a lung transplant.

 

His case has garnered national interest in Vietnam, where the government has won broad support for its campaign to contain the coronavirus.

 

On Thursday, state media said 10 people, including a 70-year-old military veteran, had volunteered themselves as lung donors, but had been turned down by state doctors.

"We are touched by their good intentions, but current regulations don't allow us to transplant lungs donated by most living people," a representative of the Vietnam National Coordinating Centre for Human Organ Transplantation (VNHOT) told the Tuoi Tre newspaper.

The patient has just 10 per cent of his lung capacity left and has been on life support for more than 30 days, Tuoi Tre said.

Deputy health minister Nguyen Truong Son told media last month that Vietnam had imported specialist medicine from overseas to treat blood clots in the patient, but to no avail.

 

Vietnam has spent more than 5 billion dong (US$200,000) trying to save him, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.

In March, Chinese state media said it had successfully carried out a double lung transplant on a coronavirus patient, a procedure it hailed as a significant method of treating the disease's most stricken victims.

 

Vietnam is hoping to capitalise on its success fighting the coronavirus by positioning itself as a safe place to do business as international manufacturers look to diversify their supply chains away from China.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/covid19-vietnam-british-pilot-avoid-first-death-12732128

 

70 years old veteran jin brave jin satki... offer to donate lungs..

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Vietnam says most serious COVID-19 patient on path to recovery

HANOI: Vietnam's most gravely-ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who works for its national airline, has started to recover from the illness and may no longer require a lung transplant, state media said on Wednesday (Jun 3).

Vietnam, which has reported no deaths from the coronavirus, has mounted an all-out effort to save the 43-year-old man, who has been identified officially by the government as "Patient 91".

 

Until recently, the Vietnam Airlines pilot was thought by doctors and officials to be in urgent need of a lung transplant.

The fate of "Patient 91" has received unprecedented national attention, with more than 50 people in Vietnam offering themselves as potential lung donors, according to state media.

 

The man, who is being treated at a hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, can now smile, shake hands and respond to commands from hospital staff, the official Vietnam News Agency (VNA) said on Wednesday.

 

His reliance on artificial life support has also been reduced but he is still on a ventilator to allow his badly-damaged lungs to recover, VNA said.

He has tested negative for the coronavirus, and Vietnam has spent more than US$215,000 treating him, the report added.

 

Through aggressive testing and a mass, centralised quarantine programme, Vietnam has successfully contained the spread of the novel coronavirus, putting it on course to revive its economy much sooner than most others.

Vietnam's second most serious case, "Patient 19", was discharged from hospital on Wednesday. Of Vietnam's 328 coronavirus cases, 90 per cent have recovered.

 

Source: Reuters/nh

 

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/covid-19-vietnam-airlines-british-pilot-path-to-recovery-12799950

 

JSKM! 10% lung capacity also can safe and avoid lung transplant.

 

On 5/14/2020 at 4:12 PM, meng.huat said:

1st death incoming...

 

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

 

HANOI: Vietnam has mounted an all-out effort to save the life of its most critically ill novel 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.

 

More than 4,000 people connected to the cluster were tested, with 18 of them found to be infected with the coronavirus.

While most have recovered, the British pilot is on life support and his condition has deteriorated significantly.

On Tuesday, the health ministry held a meeting with experts from top hospitals and decided that the only way to save the man's life was with a lung transplant.

 

His case has garnered national interest in Vietnam, where the government has won broad support for its campaign to contain the coronavirus.

 

On Thursday, state media said 10 people, including a 70-year-old military veteran, had volunteered themselves as lung donors, but had been turned down by state doctors.

"We are touched by their good intentions, but current regulations don't allow us to transplant lungs donated by most living people," a representative of the Vietnam National Coordinating Centre for Human Organ Transplantation (VNHOT) told the Tuoi Tre newspaper.

The patient has just 10 per cent of his lung capacity left and has been on life support for more than 30 days, Tuoi Tre said.

Deputy health minister Nguyen Truong Son told media last month that Vietnam had imported specialist medicine from overseas to treat blood clots in the patient, but to no avail.

 

Vietnam has spent more than 5 billion dong (US$200,000) trying to save him, the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) reported.

In March, Chinese state media said it had successfully carried out a double lung transplant on a coronavirus patient, a procedure it hailed as a significant method of treating the disease's most stricken victims.

 

Vietnam is hoping to capitalise on its success fighting the coronavirus by positioning itself as a safe place to do business as international manufacturers look to diversify their supply chains away from China.

https://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asia/covid19-vietnam-british-pilot-avoid-first-death-12732128

 

70 years old veteran jin brave jin satki... offer to donate lungs..

 

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