Her name is Ni Zhang, an ordinary frontline nurse among the 80,000 white angels who “retrograde” in the COVID-19.
On the evening of January 18, Zhang rushed from the fever ward to visit her uncle and deliver food.
It was found that the uncle who had fallen to the ground had passed away for five hours.
“He called me for help, but I was in an isolation ward and I couldn’t bring my mobile phone …” In the third ward of the Department of Infectious Diseases, Wuhan Tongji Hospital, Ni Zhang and 16 other Medical staff have been standing in the isolation ward for almost 30 days.
In the middle of the night on February 2, Zhang was alone in the room of the isolated hotel, writing a diary to uncle: “There will be angels to love you for me.”
However, from an early age, the man who treats her like a daughter could never be seen again.
Chinese netizens: It ’s so distressing, and a special emergency call should be set up for the medical workers who can’t take their mobile phones.