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Guard of honour for patient leaving Peterborough City Hospital after he is one of 350 patients to beat coronavirus




A 42 year-old patient received a guard of honour as he left Peterborough City Hospital after spending three weeks in critical care fighting coronavirus.

Staff lined the corridor and clapped as Stacy Mould was discharged to continue his recovery at home. He is is one of more than 350 patients who have been successfully treated for Covid-19 and discharged home from Peterborough City, Hinchingbrooke or Stamford Hospitals.

The father of five was brought to hospital via ambulance when he began to experience difficulty breathing at home. He was then transferred to the critical care unit where he was put on a ventilator to help him breathe.


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