What’s Happening in the Locked Down Cities of China Right Now
The coronavirus that recently appeared in China, with the epicenter in the city of Wuhan, has continued to spread rapidly. More than 17,500 people have been reported to be infected and the number keeps increasing. The virus has already crossed the border of China and has been found in many countries around the globe.
We at Bright Side wish China and Wuhan city the soonest recovery and want to give you a chance to look at what’s happening in the epicenter right now. Don’t miss our double bonus, with good news at the end!
Medical staff from all over the country are being sent to the epicenter.
A Chinese doctor says goodbye to his wife before departing to Wuhan city to treat coronavirus patients.
A medical team member wipes away tears before leaving for Wuhan.
A member of a medical team kisses her husband goodbye.
China built a makeshift hospital in 10 days to battle against the coronavirus.
Few people are seen outside due to the rapidly spreading virus that reportedly transmits from person to person.
Tiananmen Square in Beijing
A deserted street in Wuhan
Hardly anyone can be seen not wearing a mask.
Some are even wearing masks made from PET bottles.
By the way, you can check out the latest updates about the virus here.
Due to the lack of masks, the lines at pharmacies are long.
Everyone gets thoroughly checked for a high temperature and other symptoms.
Doctors work non-stop, for many hours. Here are the swollen hands of a doctor who has finished a whole day’s work in Wuhan.
The shelves in local supermarkets are mostly empty.
Many countries have already evacuated their citizens.
Bonus: The whole world continues to support China.
A building in Abu Dhabi is illuminated with slogans in Chinese meaning “Wuhan, come on” to cheer China up in the fight against the coronavirus.
Specially designed labels on an empty stand for facemasks read “China Fight” and “Wuhan Fight” in a store in Bangkok.
Bonus 2: A woman infected with coronavirus gave birth to a healthy baby.
We are sending our best wishes to all people in China, and Wuhan in particular. Come on, China! You can beat it! We are all with you!
Preview photo credit Liu Fangtonglian/Xinhua News/East News