BBC Online covered the inspiring story about hero nurse Guy Heath, who beat the odds and recovered from intensive care for covid-19, at 75-years-old.
He rejoined his nursing team, determined to continue his important work helping others, after having spent two gruelling months in ICU at a hospital where he "almost died" from covid-19. BBC national broadcast news covered his story twice while he was in the hospital.
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The BBC article can be seen here: Covid in Scotland: Nurse who "nearly died" gets back to work - BBC News.
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