PHOTOS Medical transferring teams fight at frontline in Wuhan

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Medical transferring teams fight at frontline in Wuhan

Xinhua

10:42, March 16, 2020

Medical transferring team members from Shanghai and Inner Mongolia get ready to transfer patients from a hospital affiliated to Wuhan University of Science and Technology, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients h

Medical transferring team members transfer a patient from a hospital affiliated to Wuhan University of Science and Technology, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients heading for ICUs, which also make their work b

Ambulance driver Lu Zhigang in his 50s, the oldest among his colleagues from Shanghai Medical Emergency Center, steers a vehicle in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients heading for ICUs, which also make their work

Xue Kaihua, an ambulance driver from Shanghai Medical Emergency Center, takes an elevator to transfer patients with stretchers after he arrives at a hospital affiliated to Wuhan University of Science and Technology, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a

Xue Kaihua, an ambulance driver from Shanghai Medical Emergency Center, steers a vehicle on the way to transfer patients, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients heading for ICUs, which also make their work become

Medical transferring team members from Shanghai and Inner Mongolia transfer a patient with stretcher to a hospital in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients heading for ICUs, which also make their work become easier

Ambulances head for a hospital affiliated to Wuhan University of Science and Technology in line to transfer patients, in Wuhan, central China's Hubei Province, March 14, 2020. Since the novel coronavirus outbreak, 32 medical transferring teams from different provinces have rushed to Wuhan to fight at the frontline. Exposed to the danger of infection, they shuttle between hospitals and medical treatment stations around the clock to make sure that patients are transported to designated places in time. From Feb. 12 to March 10, a total of 7,343 infected patients, including 2,464 with severe symptoms, have been transferred. According Liu Yi, head of the Shanghai medical transferring team, his team ran approximately 20 trips to transfer over 100 patients a day during the hardest time. "It's not easy. Nonetheless, to transfer the patients without accident is our crowning glory." For them, it's a great joy to see the decrease of patients heading for ICUs, which also make their work become eas

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