A man who spent almost two weeks fighting coronavirus in Leicester has praised the care he received from NHS staff.
Hylton Murray-Phillipson, 61, was in intensive care and said he didn't think he would pull through.
He said the support and professionalism from doctors and nurses was astonishing.
Hylton was given a guard of honour by staff at the Leicester Royal Infirmary as he was discharged from the hospital.
The farmer from Blaston in Leicestershire said his speedy recovery is due to the care he received by NHS staff and he can't thank them enough.
Rajiv Popat reports:
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