After 95, female doctors rode 300 kilometers back to Wuhan: I was at peace with the villagers in the hospital

 After 95, female doctors rode 300 kilometers back to Wuhan: I was at peace with the villagers in the hospital

Working in Jinkou Hospital of Jiangxia District

Because of concern for the villagers and colleagues in the front line

She came from the countryside of Gongan County, Jingzhou City

Cycling nearly 300 kilometers back to work

It takes 4 days to experience difficulties and dangers all the way

Finally arrived safely

Manpower shortage

She persuaded her parents to go back to work in Wuhan

Gan Ruyi, born in 1996, is a doctor in the laboratory of Fanhu branch of Jinkou Central Hospital of Jiangxia District. After the outbreak, Gan Ruyi, who had been taking annual leave in his hometown of yangjiatou village, banzhulong Town, Jingzhou City, decided to return to the hospital for work because of the shortage of staff.

After she told her parents what she thought, they firmly opposed: its too dangerous to return to Wuhan now. Gan Ruyi told her mother that the epidemic is very serious now. Even if she has a common cold, some villagers will panic. There are only two people in our department. I will be very busy at this time. When I go, I can give more villagers tests to make them feel at ease and relieve the pressure of my colleagues..

Nearly 300 kilometers away from Wuhan, the city is closed. Now there are no public transport vehicles. How can I get there? Gans mother asked her daughter.

It doesnt matter. Ill go by bike and ride a little bit less, said Gan Ruyi. Seeing his daughter insist on going back to the hospital for work, Gans father had to agree.

After persuading his parents, Gan Ruyi immediately contacted Chen Zongyong, the president of Jinkou hospital, issued a certificate of return to work and applied for a temporary pass in the village.

Four days, three nights and nearly 300 kilometers

There are many difficulties along the way

First day

On January 31, in the eyes of her parents, Gan Ruyi carried biscuits, instant noodles and oranges on her back and set foot on the way back to her unit.

At 10 a.m. that day, Gan Ruyi started from banzhulong village, Gongan County, and rode 50 kilometers to Gongan County, which was 3 p.m. For the sake of safety, she borrowed to live with a distant relative of her father.

The second day

At 8:00 a.m. on February 1, Gan Ruyi got on the bike, took 5 hours, rode more than 100 kilometers, and arrived at Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge at 1:00 p.m. on that day.

The road staff refused to let bicycles pass. She deposited her car in a grocery store in Buhe town next to the bridge and called her mother to pick it up when she was free.

From Jingzhou Yangtze River Bridge to downtown, it was already dark. Gan Ruyi finds a few streets, finally finds a hotel, and eats a bowl of instant noodles before resting.

On the third day

In the early morning of February 2, Gan Ruyi stopped a taxi on the side of the road, and there were more than a dozen passing by, none of which was willing to go to Wuhan. At 11 oclock, anxious, she had to find a shared bike, rely on mobile phone navigation, and ride along the 318 National Road to Wuhan.

It was raining all the way. Gan Ruyi, who didnt take a raincoat, was drenched, and the dry food he brought was finished. He had to buy a bowl of instant noodles in a roadside shop, and then he went on his way. At 8 p.m., Gan Ruyi saw several policemen standing under the light of the intersection, finally arrived at the Qianjiang River..

How do you ride a bike when its so late? Seeing the exhausted Gan Ruyi, Shi Hu, a policeman of Qianjiang Public Security Bureau, helped her find a private hotel to stay in. At night, he called again: you pay attention to safety at night and cant open the door at will. Ill help you find a way tomorrow.

That night, Shihu reported the situation to the traffic police of Qianjiang expressway, who agreed to help the girl to Wuhan.

The forth day

On February 3, due to the fog, the Qianjiang section of the expressway began to release at 10 a.m. Police Shi Hu help Gan Ruyi find a ride to Wuhan to send blood.

At 12 oclock that day, I took the windmill to Hanyang District. After getting off, Gan Ruyi bought a bowl of instant noodles on the street. She found another bike to share. She used her mobile phone to navigate. She rode across yangsigang Yangtze River Bridge to wujindi and continued to ride.

Gan Ruyi, who is not familiar with the road conditions, took many detours and arrived at Fanhu branch of Jinkou hospital at 6 p.m. It was very dark at that time. I was afraid. The faster I rode, the faster I didnt dare to look back.

On February 5, a reporter from Changjiang Daily - dialed Chen, President of Jinkou Central Hospital of health. Chen said that Ruyi had been busy and had no time to pay attention to her mobile phone as soon as she came back.

At 6:30 p.m., the reporter contacted Gan Ruyi again. She just got off work before she had supper. She told reporters that she tested more than 20 blood samples in one day. A lot of people called me today and interviewed me for more than an hour this morning. She said she didnt want to spend time on it and wanted to save more time.

This is the mission and responsibility

Praise the 24-year-old Gan Ruyi

Chen Jun, 49, is the deputy director of the laboratory of Wuhan Pulmonary Hospital. He is responsible for the nucleic acid detection of patients. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, the 12-year-old Party member has been fighting on the front line. Its a common practice to be busy until two or three oclock in the morning. His hands are covered in rubber gloves for a long time, causing serious swelling and red spots on his skin.