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Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption Scottish pilot Stephen Cameron spent 10 weeks in a coma in VietnamA Scottish pilot, who spent more than two months on a ventilator in Vietnam, has warned Britons “not to be blasé about coronavirus” as lockdown eases.

Image copyright Cho Ray Hospital Image caption Mr Cameron narrowly avoided a double lung transplant when his lung capacity fell to 10%Dr Patel told the BBC that Mr Cameron surviving such a long time in a medically-induced coma was “exceptional”.

Mr Cameron’s aim is to pilot a plane again by “early next year”.

Image copyright Vietnamese government Image caption Doctors from hospitals across Vietnam discussed Mr Cameron’s condition”The vast majority of the country knew about Patient 91, which was my moniker,” he said.

Hundreds of press and members of the public watched Mr Cameron’s departure from hospital in Ho Chi Minh City a fortnight ago.

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