Hubei serious disease patients were forced to stop taking medicine for nearly one month due to the epidemic

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 Hubei serious disease patients were forced to stop taking medicine for nearly one month due to the epidemic


After hanging up the phone, the team attendant added Ms. Mas wechat, verified what she said through wechat, and preliminarily determined the specific time and place of the next days drug delivery. In the case of Ms. Mas own travel inconvenience, the brigade decided to take advantage of the opportunity of patrolling to hand deliver the medicine to the consignor.

At 9:50 a.m. on the 26th, the first handover of drugs was completed at Qinglong toll station of Shanghai Wuhan expressway, and the police carried the drugs to Macheng. At 10:30, the patrol police arrived at the Macheng toll station 80 kilometers away. They also handed over the drugs to the community staff entrusted by Ms. Ma for the second time. The police repeatedly asked the entrusted person to take the drugs: this drug should be kept away from light, the temperature should not exceed 20 u2103, and must be kept well.

At about 12 a.m., Ms. Ma got the leuprorelin acetate sustained-release microspheres as she wished. She immediately called the duty room of the brigade to say that she wanted to make a banner to show her gratitude, which was politely rejected by the brigade. Later, Ms. Ma sent a thank-you letter via wechat, in which she said: when I got the medicine, I really felt that there was no love in the epidemic!