PHOTOS Foreign couple serve as volunteers at highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou

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Foreign couple serve as volunteers at highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou

Xinhua

12:12, February 13, 2020

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (L) and his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah have lunch at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life." (Photos: Xinhua)

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (2nd L) and his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah (L) discuss with a colleague about a passenger with abnormal body temperature at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah measures body temperature for a driver at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (R) helps his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah wear the mask before getting into work at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah (L) chats with her husband Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad during lunch time at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (L) helps his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah wear the glove before getting into work at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah posts pictures about her work with Chinese colleagues on social media during work break at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (3rd L) and his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah (1st L) record information of checked people at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (R) is disinfected at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad (R) and his wife Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah check the car information at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah (L) and her husband Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad wear protective suits before getting into work at a novel coronavirus prevention-and-control checkpoint of an expressway exit in Wenzhou, east China's Zhejiang Province, Feb. 8, 2020. Pakistani Abdul Zahir Hamad and Mauritian Hosany Sumayyah, a married couple, both work as doctors at Panhealth Medical Center in Wenzhou. Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, they have been serving as volunteers at a highway exit checkpoint in Wenzhou, checking identity information and measuring body temperature for drivers and passengers. "We must do something," said the couple, who received higher education and fell in love with each other in China. "China is our second hometown. We hope the epidemic ends soon and people can get back to their normal life."

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