1. Vietnam says 31 million workers impacted by Covid-19 pandemic, risk of rising unemployment  The Straits Times
  2. British pilot to fly home after 4-month Covid-19 battle in Vietnam  New Straits Times
  3. Vietnam: Virus-free Scottish pilot discharged from hospital, heading home  The Star Online
  4. UK man goes home after recovering from brink of death in Vietnam  South China Morning Post
  5. Coronavirus-free UK pilot, symbol of Vietnam's pandemic success, to return home  CNA
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HANOI (REUTERS) - The economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted about 31 million workers in Vietnam, with 900,000 out of work and nearly 18 million people receiving less income than before, a government agency said on Friday (July 10).. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -HANOI (REUTERS) - The economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted about 31 million workers in Vietnam, with 900,000 out of work and nearly 18 million people

Vietnam says 31 million workers impacted by Covid-19 pandemic, risk of rising unemployment, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

HANOI: A British pilot who spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19 was on his way home Saturday, astounding doctors who gave him just 10 per cent chance of survival.

British pilot to fly home after 4-month Covid-19 battle in Vietnam | New Straits Times

HANOI, July 11 (Reuters): The economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted about 31 million workers in Vietnam, with 900,000 out of work and nearly 18 million people receiving less income than before, a government agency has announced.HANOI, July 11 (Reuters): The economic fallout from the Covid-19 pandemic has negatively impacted about 31 million workers in Vietnam, with 900,000 out of work and nearly 18 million people receiving less income than before, a government agency has announced.

Vietnam says 31 million workers impacted by pandemic, risk of rising unemployment | The Star

At one point, doctors said Stephen Cameron had just 10 per cent of his lung capacity and was in critical condition.At one point, doctors said Stephen Cameron had just 10 per cent of his lung capacity and was in critical condition.

British pilot discharged from Vietnam hospital, heading homeBritish pilot discharged from Vietnam hospital, heading home

British pilot discharged from Vietnam hospital, heading home | Taiwan News

A Serbian man working as an interior specialist has tested positive for Covid-19 after entering Vietnam from Oman, the Health Ministry confirmed Saturday. - VnExpress InternationalA Serbian man working as an interior specialist has tested positive for Covid-19 after entering Vietnam from Oman, the Health Ministry confirmed Saturday.

Serbian specialist becomes latest Covid-19 patient in Vietnam - VnExpress International

HANOI: Vietnam's most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday (Jul 11) ...HANOI: Vietnam's most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday (Jul 11) ...

Coronavirus-free UK pilot, symbol of Vietnam's pandemic success, to return home - CNA

A British pilot who was Vietnam's most critical COVID-19 patient was discharged from a hospital today, less...

Coronavirus Vietnam news: British pilot Stephen Cameron discharged from hospital

British pilot Stephen Cameron, who was critically ill in Vietnam and became a symbol of the country's success in handling the coronavirus, is returning home.British pilot Stephen Cameron, who was critically ill in Vietnam and became a symbol of the country's success in handling the coronavirus, is returning home.

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A British pilot who spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19 was on his way home Saturday,

Gulftimes : British pilot to fly home after 4-month virus battle in Vietnam

Stephen Cameron, 42, was the sickest patient medics have had to treat during the pandemicStephen Cameron, 42, was the sickest patient medics have had to treat during the pandemic

COVID-19: British pilot to fly home after 4-month virus battle in Vietnam | Asia – Gulf News

Vietnam's most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday on his way home after a dramatic recovery that attracted national attention.Vietnam's most seriously ill COVID-19 patient, a British pilot who at one point seemed close to death, left hospital on Saturday on his way home after a dramatic recovery that attracted national attention.

A British pilot who spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19 was on his way home Saturday, astounding doctors who gave him just ten percent chance of survival.A British pilot who spent more than two months on life support in Vietnam after contracting Covid-19 was on his way home Saturday, astounding doctors who gave him just ten percent chance of survival.

British pilot to fly home after 4-month coronavirus battle in Vietnam - world news - Hindustan Times

The man was handed a certificate stating that he is virus-free and healthy enough to travel on a long-haul flight.The man was handed a certificate stating that he is virus-free and healthy enough to travel on a long-haul flight.

Scottish pilot to return home from Vietnam after Covid recovery | Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald

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.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.

British pilot heading home after Vietnam hospital discharge | CTV News