Once the term "novel coronavirus" came out, people's lives had a great impact. It was no less than the SARS 17 years ago. Everyone is afraid to avoid it. This kind of disease originates from Wuhan. Because people in Wuhan like to eat wild game, they have this kind of disease. The disease starts with fever and coughs, and then bubbles gradually fill your lungs. At present, there are 26 deaths, 1287 confirmed cases and more than 7000 suspected cases in China. It can be seen that this disease does great harm to human beings.
At this time of life and death, people all over the country are united in fighting the virus hand in hand. From the 80's to the 80's, from the 20's to the 20's, from the experts to the ordinary citizens. They do not want to pay, do not fear sacrifice, and strive to contribute to this war!
Academician Zhong Nanshan, who is nearly 80 years old, still stands up resolutely. On the evening of January 16, Zhong Nanshan was at the forefront of the fight against the virus. At such an old age, he also rallied with the motherland to fight against the virus. His arrival was like a sea calming needle, which set an example for doctors on the front line. He is exhausted every day and only sleeps for 4 hours. Now he has studied several safe clinical drugs to prepare for treatment.
Although my father is a doctor in the third tier cities, he is also desperate to fight against the coronavirus. As soon as the news came out, he took the initiative to sign up and wait for orders at any time. Just yesterday, he fought for 24 hours in a row, checking more than 200 patients. He wore goggles, masks, protective clothing, X-rays to check the patients' lungs, and sweat on his forehead. But the perseverance in his eyes showed his determination to win the battle.
I'm just a student and I'm dedicated to my country. Every day, I drink boiled water, wash my hands frequently, try not to go out, wear masks and talk with others, and pay attention to the development of the epidemic situation every day. Do not make trouble for doctors, while protecting themselves, it also reduces the pressure of doctors who are struggling on the same line.
The Chinese people, who are united as one, make me see: when the new drug is developed successfully and the virus is controlled, people laugh happily; patients' families laugh excitedly; doctors smile proudly. I believe that day is not far away