Three Greeks Aged 68-82, Exit ICU, Cheered by Medical Staff

April 23, 2020

LARISSA, Greece – A German and two Greek males, all 68 years of age or older, left the intensive care unit (ICU) of the University Hospital of Larissa on Thursday to continue hospitalization for Covid-19.

The German resident of Mt. Pelion, 68, a man from Larissa, 70, and a man from Damasi, 82, had been intubated. The oldest of the men is hospitalized in a negative pressure chamber currently, and left the ICU unit amidst clapping and cheers from doctors and nurses.


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