CHINA Patient sample 'deliveryman' from Wuhan helps Shijiazhuang fight against COVID-19 pandemic

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Patient sample 'deliveryman' from Wuhan helps Shijiazhuang fight against COVID-19 pandemic

Xinhua

21:51, January 08, 2021

Mei Yiqi (L) disinfects the box containing nucleic acid samples in a refrigerated vehicle in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The sam

Zuo Lin (L), colleague of Mei Yiqi, writes name for Mei on his protective suit in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will b

Mei Yiqi (R) puts boxes containing nucleic acid samples into the lab of a testing institute in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The s

Mei Yiqi (R) carries a box containing nucleic acid samples outside a community in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will b

Mei Yiqi (L) disinfects a refrigerated vehicle in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will be brought back to the nucleic ac

Mei Yiqi (L) and his colleague Zuo Lin put on protective equipment in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will be brought ba

Mei Yiqi (R) packs a box containing nucleic acid samples outside a community in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will be

Zuo Lin, colleague of Mei Yiqi, drives a refrigerated vehicle transporting nucleic acid samples in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. T

Mei Yiqi (front) carries a box containing nucleic acid samples outside a community in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples wi

Mei Yiqi puts on protective equipment in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples will be brought back to the nucleic acid testin

Mei Yiqi (R) disinfects boxes containing nucleic acid samples outside a community in Shijiazhuang, north China's Hebei Province, Jan. 8, 2021. Mei Yiqi, 30, who works in the logistics department of Wuhan KingMed Diagnostics Group Co., Ltd., bid farewell to his family on Wednesday and took a high-speed train from Wuhan to Shijiazhuang to help fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. In 2020, Mei participated in the anti-pandemic work in Wuhan and Chengdu successively including taking charge of the collection and transportation of COVID-19 testing samples in Wuhan Leishenshan Hospital. Mei Yiqi takes his job as a patient sample "deliveryman," who fetches samples from several sampling collection sites in Shijiazhuang by the refrigerated vehicle. Sometimes, he needs to drive to expressway stations and get samples from neighboring cities. To ensure the safety and sealing of the samples, Mei must prepare special transport boxes with several disinfection for each batch of samples. The samples wil

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