What do the faces of Chinese doctors look like at the end of a work shiftBy Pictolic https://pictolic.com/en/article/what-do-the-faces-of-chinese-doctors-look-like-at-the-end-of-a-work-shift
In Wuhan, the fight against the insidious coronavirus continues, which has claimed many lives. Doctors of the Celestial Empire work in cities for days. It is very difficult for them, because the well-being of still healthy people and the lives of those who have already fallen ill will depend on the professionalism of doctors. At the same time, the aesculapians themselves risk no less than others, forced to be in the epicenter of a deadly infection.
The media shared photos of Wuhan doctors who finished their work shift.
There is not only fatigue on their faces, but also traces of many hours of wearing protective masks and clothing.
Doctors have to stay at their workplaces for days.
Sometimes they don't have time to just have a snack, let alone rest.
All doctors are required to wear a whole set of protective clothing so as not to get infected from patients.
On their faces there are not just traces, but sometimes wounds, when the mask cuts into the delicate skin.
From the bruises under their eyes and the haggard appearance, it is clear how tired they are.
Doctors of the Celestial Empire work in cities for days.
Only the means of special protection separate them from the deadly virus.
If you still get a minute of rest, then the medical staff falls asleep right at the workplace.
Improvised beds are chairs, armchairs and couches, as well as office tables and racks or just the floor.
But these are not the only difficulties faced by doctors in Wuhan.
According to medical protocol, all doctors and nurses with long hair were forced to lose their hair.
Paramedics wear bulky suits around the clock with their names written on them — for more convenient identification.
Medical personnel from all over the country are forced to go to the epicenter of the epidemic.
Medical staff in Wuhan has a very difficult time.