- Yi Fan made his first public appearance on Monday, October 26, when he visited the hospital
- The medic went to the facility after he learned that the doctor who had saved his life was visiting the hospital on the same day
- Fan wanted to personally thank him for saving his life after he contracted COVID-19 while treating patients in Wuhan in January 2020
A doctor from China's Wuhan city whose skin pigmentation changed while receiving COVID-19 treatment made his first public appearance on October 26, 2020, after his skin colour returned to normal.
Yi Fan, who was a cardiologist at Wuhan Central Hospital, contracted COVID-19 in January while treating patients at the hospital.
Yi Fan's abnormal skin tone was reported to have been caused by an antibiotic drug he had taken during intensive care.
Daily Mail reported that the 42-year-old medic appeared at the Wuhan's Taikang Tongji Hospital on Monday, October 26, after resting at home for over five months.
A video released by Hubei Today showed the medic looking like his old self, in good spirits, and a face mask.
According to reports, Fan visited the facility to thank the doctor, Wang Chen, who saved his life.
The clip showed Fan saying 'thank you' to Chen who was an academician specialised in respiratory diseases and critical care.
Here's what Fan had to say to journalists:
"Academician Wang is my saviour. I need to thank him for sure."
Another medic who contracted the disease at the same time as Fan was identified as Hu Weifeng. Hu also suffered the skin colour change while he received treatment, but died unfortunately after fighting the disease for nearly five months.
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