Early coronavirus survivor given 1 percent chance of survival tells his story04:25
Gregg Garfield, an American who had been skiing in Italy, was one of the earliest people to be diagnosed with coronavirus. He was given a 1 percent chance of survival, but now he is finally home and on the road to recovery. “I was 64 days in the hospital, 31 days in a coma,” he says. NBC’s Kerry Sanders shares Garfield’s remarkable story of survival.