There is not a spring that will not come. These five Wuhan stories have warmed everyone.


  Cctv news(Reporter Xu Hui) On February 23rd, at 4pm, the State Council Press Office held a press conference in Wuhan, Hubei Province, and invited five ordinary workers to tell the story of their United struggle in the front line of epidemic prevention and control in Wuhan.

  Encourage each other to overcome the epidemic together.

  Yu Ting, director of the South Fourth Ward of Wuhan Jinyintan Hospital, said that since December 29 last year, he and a team of 6 doctors and 20 nurses have been fighting for more than 50 days, and nearly 200 patients with COVID-19 have been treated and 150 patients have been discharged.

  Yu Ting said that every day, medical staff entered the ward in airtight protective clothing, and when they left the ward, they were all sweaty and the screen was full of water. In order to protect their families, medical staff are afraid to go home. Some doctors and nurses live in the duty room, and some doctors and nurses live in nearby hotels, so it is convenient to assemble immediately in case of emergency.

  Medical staff treat patients day and night in the front line, encouraging patients to enhance their confidence and overcome the epidemic. A compliment from the patient and a small move also encouraged these medical staff.

  Yu Ting introduced that an 82-year-old grandfather was seriously ill when he was admitted to the hospital, and he could not take care of himself. He couldn’t get out of bed for two steps and spoke intermittently. After 14 days of careful treatment by medical staff, the old man recovered and could be discharged.

  After learning the news of discharge, the old man excitedly took Yu Ting’s hand and said, "Director Yu, thank you, thank you for saving my life. Can I make a small request? Can you take a picture with me? This will be the most precious photo in my life. "

  On the day of discharge, facing the camera, the old man and the medical staff shouted the slogan "Come on, Jinyintan! Come on in Wuhan! Come on, China! "

  "Give your family to us, please rest assured!"

  It has been 20 days since Zhao Peiyu, the head of the nursing team of the medical aid team of China-Japan Friendship Hospital, came to Wuhan. In these 20 days, she and her colleagues have treated more than 60 critically ill patients. At present, 20 patients have recovered smoothly and been discharged.

  "I feel very honored to be selected as a member of the medical aid team in Hubei and contribute to the fight against the epidemic. As a party member, I feel very honored." Zhao Peiyu said that whether it was the phrase "Everything is fine at home, don’t worry" from her family, the phrase "I wish you an early triumph" from her colleagues in Beijing, or the thumbs-up from her patients, she was greatly encouraged and moved.

  A critically ill female patient underwent a bronchotomy and used a ventilator. When Zhao Peiyu visited the ward, the patient wrote on the quilt by hand. Zhao Peiyu came closer and saw that she was writing "water".

  Zhao Peiyu said, "Auntie, are you thirsty"? The patient winked. Zhao Peiyu said, "Aunt, you can’t drink water now. Would you please hold on a little longer?" The patient blinked again and gave a thumbs-up sign.

  "I can feel the patients’ longing for life and their trust and support for medical staff." Zhao Peiyu said.

  After careful treatment, the patient has been successfully offline and is now in a state of recovery.

  "We are confident and capable of winning this battle. I want to say to the families of our patients, give your family to us, please rest assured! " Zhao Peiyu said.

  It is the duty and mission of the people’s police that the police do not retreat at present.

  Zhang Xiaohong is the director of Qiaokou Branch of Wuhan Public Security Bureau. After receiving the order at 1: 30 am on January 23 this year, he completed the assembly of a team of 300 police officers within two hours to implement traffic control at Wuhan Tianhe Airport.

  More than a month has passed, and 1,500 policemen of Qiaokou Public Security Bureau have been fighting day and night, undertaking the work of intersection control, community blockade control, hospital prevention and control, public security patrol control and serving the masses.

  Zhang Xiaohong said that what impressed me the most in the past month or so was the police spirit embodied by the grassroots police. Qiaokou police stationed at 47 hospital isolation points, including a shelter hospital. Six party member police officers took the initiative to write an invitation letter and stayed there for 28 days without going home.

  The police, together with nurses in the hospital, help patients, comfort patients, patrol on duty, mediate disputes, and are in danger of being infected at any time. Zhang Xiaohong also asked his players if they were afraid, and the response was: When people are afraid, who will the police not fuck?

  Last week, a patient couldn’t take care of himself and suddenly fell ill and went to the hospital. After receiving the alarm, Yi Xin, a 24-year-old policeman from Zongguan Police Station, rushed to the patient’s home. Without an elevator, Yi Xin walked to the patient’s residence on the sixth floor and carried the patient down. During the process of going downstairs, the patient vomited a lot and vomited on the back of the police. In order to alleviate the patient’s pain, the police carried the patient from the 6th floor to the 1st floor step by step, and drove the patient to pulmonary hospital in a police car. The family members of the patient kept nagging all the way with four words: Thank you, police.

  Up to now, Qiaokou police have transported more than 1,200 sick people to the hospital.

  “‘ Fight the epidemic and win with me ’ It is the slogan circulated by Qiaokou Public Security Bureau. In this battle without smoke, every instruction of the ministries and agencies and the municipal bureau, and all the policemen of Qiaokou Public Security Bureau have accomplished their tasks brilliantly. I am deeply proud and proud of the comrades-in-arms of these heroes. " Zhang Xiaohong said.

  At present, the police will not retreat. This is the language written by the police in the invitation letter, which is also the duty and mission of the people’s police.

  "As long as we are all here, Wuhan will not be lonely!"

  The work of riders has been given a new meaning under the COVID-19 epidemic, and they have become "ferrymen" to maintain the normal operation of the city. Wu Hui is such a "ferryman".

  Wu Hui is an ordinary takeaway rider. He studied in Wuhan for four years, and he has a special feeling for this place. In July last year, he returned to Wuhan and became a takeaway rider.

  In the face of the COVID-19 epidemic, Wu Hui was afraid, but on New Year’s Eve, Wu Hui, who had planned to rest, saw on the Internet that medical staff could only eat instant noodles, and decided to stand up and do something.

  The first order on New Year’s Day is sent to the Department of Respiratory Medicine, Central South Hospital. "At that time, I was a little drumming, but later I saw that everything in the hospital was in order, so I was relieved."

  From then on, Wu Hui received orders from all directions, met all kinds of people, and was moved by all kinds of warmth. He recorded all these warmth and feelings on Weibo, and received the support and encouragement from tens of thousands of netizens all over the country. All these support and encouragement, as well as the mutual help of more and more riders and brothers, made Wu Hui no longer afraid.

  "I believe that as long as we are all here, Wuhan will not be lonely!" Wu Hui said.

  "Warm others, but also warm yourself."

  Hua Yuchen, a music teacher at Ganghua Primary School in Qingshan District, Wuhan, is also a native of post-90s generation in Wuhan.

  Hua Yuchen has been paying close attention to the development of the epidemic in COVID-19, but it’s not that doctors can’t go to the front to help patients. As a young man in Wuhan, she is particularly anxious. So, she signed up as a volunteer and stood up to do her part.

  As a volunteer, you should go wherever you need it. Hua Yuchen has worked as a driver to pick up and drop off medical staff, a thermometer to measure body temperature on bridges and toll stations, and a porter to carry materials.

  Now Hua Yuchen has a new identity — — A volunteer announcer at Castle Peak Shelter Hospital. Play music, recite beautiful words and broadcast relevant news every day to calm the mood of patients in the cabin.

  "Maybe we are not the people who want to be with each other most, but at the moment we are really together. I appeal to my friends to give a smile to the people around us, give them a blessing and express a thank you to our medical staff. Let’s meet together, get well soon and go home together."

  Although separated by a wall, Hua Yuchen didn’t know the reaction and expression of people inside, but later I heard that patients listened to her radio and encouraged each other. "I feel that I finally have a little effect, warming others and warming myself."