The Beijing News:
Since the outbreak, medical workers have been fighting at the forefront of the epidemic. Ms. Zhao Peiyu, you are the only speaker here today who is not a Wuhan local. Can you share with us your thoughts and feelings about participating in epidemic prevention and control while being away from home? As a nurse, do you have anything special to share with us? Thank you.
Although I am not a local medical worker, I feel that all those who come to Wuhan to assist the city have their hearts tightly tied to Wuhan and Hubei. As I said earlier, since the outbreak in Wuhan, many employees from our hospital have volunteered. After we arrived in Wuhan, we fought at the forefront. To be honest, we are still a little nervous and afraid. First, we are facing a new virus and a new epidemic; second, I lead a nursing team, so I am very worried about my team members' safety. However, as a nurse, I want to say that in addition to providing the most professional care to patients, we shall take a very critical step to support patients -- we shall encourage them and help them through difficult times. Thank you.