99-year-old World War II hero was given the guard of honor by NHS medics when he was driven out after defeating the corona virus
Heartwarming moment of WWII hero, 99, gets honor guard from NHS medics while driven out of hospital after defeating coronavirus
- Albert Chambers, who turns 100 in July, thanked the NHS staff for his treatment
- He recovered from the coronavirus after being treated at Tickhill Road Hospital, Doncaster
- He was driven through the hospital while the staff stood and clapped him
A 99-year-old World War II veteran received an honor guard from nurses at Tickhill Road Hospital in Doncaster after defeating the coronavirus.
Albert Chambers was pushed through the corridors of the hospital in a wheelchair, while staff on either side applauded him.
He thanked the NHS staff in a video posted on Twitter by NHS North East & Yorkshire.
Mr. Chambers, who turns 100 in July, said, “I can’t say anything. Thank you. I appreciate every bit that you have done for me. You couldn’t have been better. ‘
99-year-old Albert Chambers recovered from the coronavirus after being treated at Tickhill Road Hospital in Doncaster
His grandson Stephen Gater told the story Doncaster Free Press: “My grandpa is great. He is quite incredible. Not only has he survived the war and been imprisoned, he has now also won the battle with the corona virus. ‘
He added the food that took his grandfather through the good and hard times, namely Marks and Spencer strawberry trifles.
A 101-year-old grandfather Keith Watson recovered from the corona virus in Worcestershire.
He thanks the NHS staff and says, “I appreciate every bit you did for me. You couldn’t have been better. ‘
Staff walk down the corridors and clap as Mr. Chambers is pushed out in a wheelchair
He became the oldest person to defeat the coronavirus in the country after being treated at Alexandra Hospital in Redditch.
Rita Reynolds, a 99-year-old great-grandmother from Stockport, recovered from the virus last week.
Her family joked that she owed her recovery to her love for ‘marmalade sandwiches’.
A 104-year-old who survived the Spanish flu pandemic defeated the virus in Northern Italy after falling ill in her nursing home.
Ada Zanusso was shown to be positive for coronavirus after fever, breathing difficulties and vomiting.
Yesterday it was 100 days since the World Health Organization in China was notified of “pneumonia of unknown cause.”
Keith Watson, 101, became the oldest person in the country to recover from the coronavirus on Thursday after being treated at Alexandra Hospital in Redditch