The epidemic is the order, the hospital becomes the battlefield! Since the outbreak, Zhao Su, 64, of Wuhan Central Hospital, and colleagues have been fighting in the ICU. 17 years ago, when SARS struck, Zhao Su was the first respiratory medicine expert to enter the isolation ward in Wuhan. He stayed at the bedside of three SARS patients day and night. In his opinion, the best fighting state is always beside the patients bed.
Zhang Jinnong, 58, director of the emergency department of Wuhan Union Medical College Hospital, was infected with the new coronavirus due to his long-term on duty fever clinic and high-frequency exposure to critical patients. From doctor to patient, Zhang Jinnong combined with his own exploration to summarize the clinical treatment methods. During the period of healing home isolation, he also participated in the case consultation of the hospital and drafted the preliminary diagnosis and treatment plan of upper respiratory tract infection and viral pneumonia in the hospital. After returning to work for the first time, he was still busy, and continued to stick to the front line of the epidemic.
Since the outbreak of the epidemic, medical personnel in Wuhan have been fighting side by side with medical personnel from all over the country, holding fast day and night, and guarding their cities and people without fear of risk.
Hospital is the main battlefield, community is the first line of defense. More than 3000 communities, more than 7000 residential areas, and more than 13800 grids have been launched in an all-round way. More than 40000 cadres, Party members and employees of Party and government organs, enterprises and institutions at all levels in Wuhan have sunk into the community, becoming the backbone of the masses at the critical moment. In the streets, in the alleys, in the buildings, community volunteers are busy day and night under the leadership of community cadres, and become the guardians of the citizens. In Guanshan street peoples University community, Hongshan District, 384 party members and volunteers came out to set up the temporary Party branch of the building, register and summarize everyones needs through wechat group, app and other means every day to ensure the supply of living materials for 4739 residents in the community.
Zhao Chuang, a police officer of Baofeng Street police station in Wuhan City, is a post-90s Party member. After the outbreak of the epidemic, the sinking community took the initiative to transfer the patients. The patients in his community were generally older and inconvenient to move. Zhao Chuang went to pick them up at home every time, up to 18 person times a day.
One city away, one country. In order to prevent and control the national epidemic situation, Wuhan traffic channel of nine provincial thoroughfares was closed, and nearly ten million people in Wuhan who stayed in the city took care of the overall situation and for all of us, were under great pressure, stood by and helped each other, and made every effort to win the defense war in Wuhan.
Zhou Lijun, a 60-year-old citizen of Wuhan, learned to shop online and build wechat groups to buy living materials for the community residents. Every day, there are various kinds of information and requirements in the group. Zhou Lijun is busy inside and outside.
Zhou Lijuns 87 year old mother is very supportive of her daughters service to the neighborhood.
Wuhan is my home, guard depends on everyone! Since the outbreak, nearly 20000 young volunteers in Wuhan have been engaged in various voluntary services. Many ordinary citizens in Wuhan have formed a volunteer team to provide medical staff with transportation, food, medicine and other services.
No winter is insurmountable, no spring will not come! This sentence expresses the aspirations of many Wuhan citizens. Wu Chuanfa, who lives in Qingyi community, Qingshan District, Wuhan, is 80 years old this year. Since January 23, he and his wife have never been out of the house. Children who live nearby are not allowed to come to visit.
Wu Chuanfas home is less than ten minutes walk from the Yangtze River. Every day, as long as the weather is good, he and his wife would go to the riverside for exercise and walk. Although he didnt go out for more than a month, Wu Chuanfa said that his life at home was not monotonous. During this period, Wu Chuanfa also specially created a adagio at home, which was called the battle of the city and the epidemic situation.
Bus drivers, power workers, express boys, and countless ordinary people are saying the same sentence with their own actions: come on, Wuhan! Come on Hubei! Come on, China!