Posted August 01, 2019 08:18:52 A 30-year-old man from New South Wales, who was diagnosed with a rare disease after contracting the virus from an infected family member, has made a remarkable recovery.

Key points:A Melbourne man who was infected with a coronavirus strain has been released from hospital in Australia after recoveringHe says his condition is a “miracle”The man says he hopes to be able to work again after the virus has been containedThe man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is a member of the family of the Australian couple who contracted the virus.

The man said he had contracted the coronaviruses, the H5N1 strain, in November 2014.

He was then given a shot of a vaccine and started taking it regularly.

“It has been a very slow and difficult journey but I am incredibly happy that I am finally going to be released from the hospital and that I have managed to get through this,” he said.

“I have a really hard time thinking about going back to work, but it is a miracle and it will be worth it in the end.”

The man’s wife was also treated in hospital after contracting H5NPV, which causes an inflammation in the liver and a rare form of pancreatic cancer.

He said the disease was a “wonderful” thing to be cured of, and he hoped to be at work again soon.

“If I could go back to school, I would be doing it,” he joked.

“Hopefully I can get back to doing some work and hopefully I can finish the job I started.”

Topics:infectious-diseases-other,disease-control,health,labor,work,australia,franceFirst posted August 01, 2020 11:35:18More stories from New Zealand

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