Mekala Osborne caught a Cambodian forest virus while travelling in South East Asia last September. Doctors gave her a 5% chance of survival. The 22-year-old was flown back to Edinburgh where she’s been recovering ever since, including learning to walk again after nine months.
Fitness instructor Mekala Osborne was given just a five percent chance of surviving the killer bug she contracted in September while in South East Asia.
Member countries of #WHO 's Regional Office for South-East Asia to meet in New Delhi from September 3 to 7 to discuss priority health issues in the region.
We ran our first taste of South East Asia course last week to great acclaim. had a lively class who went home with DELICIOUS food made on the course. Next one up September 1st.