《武汉:我的战“疫”日记》第四集 母亲斗非典,女儿战新冠 | 武汉肺炎疫情报道

《武汉:我的战“疫”日记》第四集 母亲斗非典,女儿战新冠 | 武汉肺炎疫情报道


I was about to get ride-hailing on DiDi as usual but it was out of service I’m going to try my luck on the street Let’s see if I can get a ride The only advantage of this vehicle is that it’s a runabout So, we have fresh air Bye Wuhan: My Diary of “Combating” Coronavirus Wuhan Tianhe International Airport
08:00, Jan. 23, 2020 I am outside of the airport right now All the buses here have stopped service I just got on a taxi The Spring Festival is a great and grand event I am Wang Zhenyu a reporter of Navy Convergence Media I’m taking my days off this year to celebrate the Spring Festival with my parents since I haven’t been home for two years in a row Usually, there would be Wang Zhenyu
reporter of Navy Convergence Media a lot of people here But now it’s quite empty Due to the coronavirus outbreak Wuhan is sealed off But one piece of news aroused hope in me On the night of Chinese New Year’s Eve my comrades-in-arms arrived in Wuhan by military planes to help fight coronavirus While I was on my leave here in Wuhan an urgent notice came Jan. 26, 2020, the day
after the Lunar New Year’s Day I went right away to join the medical team from the Second Military Medical University and carried out follow-up reports On Jan. 26, 2020, the medical team from the Second Military Medical University took charge of Hankou Hospital After trainings on protective measures my comrades settled in Hankou Hospital and started receiving patients I’m not wearing the complete set of protective suit yet I’m already bloated like a balloon I’m going into the contamination area of ICU Hurry, go get some rest Bye It seems too busy here It is too busy With my comrades busy attending to their work I decided not to disrupt them Let them focus on treating the patients My face is numb now It feels bloated and sore How do you feel going in there? I’m afraid to breathe Wen Weijian
health worker at Hankou Hospital I look at those medics every day and I can’t stop tearing You know? I’m tearing because I’m deeply moved They’re truly amazing Admirable people This girl here busy helping others wearing protective suits is an ordinary member of the medical team from the Second Military Medical University I’ll write on this side, how do you write it? “Ting” as in submarines Got it It’s my handwriting everywhere today As a post-90s generation she’s showing the youthful spirit of her generation It seems the others have been influenced by her appealing vigor and funny words Alright, my ugly handwriting is going to be seen everywhere Don’t get too surprised I have a celebrity’s name Li Chen
member of the medical team from
the Second Military Medical University I am Li Chen Did you bring body lotion? I did not! Do you mean Sanyrene? Do you usually call your parents after your work? I just text them every day after work My mom asked whether I came here whether I went to Wuhan Li Chen
member of the medical team from
the Second Military Medical University I said “I didn’t come to Wuhan” She said “You really didn’t come to Wuhan?” “No, I didn’t” She said, “You should say ‘go'” “You didn’t ‘go’ to Wuhan, not ‘come'” “I know you went there” I told her I didn’t and that I was under isolation in Shanghai because I ran into a confirmed case My mom made some video clips and sent them in the group chat but I didn’t answer She later said that I’m always the first to send back a video clip but I didn’t So, I must have been hiding something I asked her if she’s Sherlock Holmes My mom has been through SARS She’s medical personnel as well She said that I have to complete my tasks but I should protect myself well “Just tell me the truth” “It’s fine if you are there” “Just take care of yourself” I didn’t expect that the tough girl making jokes just now started to have tears in her eyes when talking about this But if I could go back home safe they’ll definitely think that I am great Maybe not that “great” But at least I’ve been a part of this fight against coronavirus They’ll think that after I fight here and after all this when I go back home safe they’ll be so happy and maybe they’ll be very proud as well They’re just worried about my health But for me, as long as I can go home safe I don’t care what happens in the process even if something goes wrong I don’t regret coming here Hearing her words I feel deeply touched I’m here in my hometown but I can’t go home to my parents There are a lot more members like her in the medical teams from the Military Medical universities Without anyone noticing they’ve started shouldering responsibilities On Feb. 2, 2020
Li Chen and her team members received a new assignment
and handed over the hospital back to its original staff When this outbreak is over we’ll see you here again We’ll go see the cherry blossom We won’t have to wear masks then and we’ll be able to see your faces Have you ever seen my face? No, I haven’t Next time We’ll take off our masks and see cherry blossom at Wuhan University

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