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Hubei Gets More Support
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  • A total of 310 medical workers from Jiangsu Province in east China arrive in Huangshi City, central China’s Hubei Province on February 11 (CBG.CN)
  • Female medical workers from north China’s Shanxi Province cut off their hair before entering wards in Xiantao City, Hubei Province, on February 13 (CBG.CN)
  • A medical worker from east China’s Jiangxi Province talks to a patient in a hospital located in Suizhou City, Hubei Province, on February 16 (CBG.CN)
  • In a makeshift hospital in Wuhan, nurses from Jiangsu Province monitor patients’ blood pressure on February 14 (HUBEI DAILY)
  • Medical personnel from Fujian Province, southeast China, and nurses in a local hospital in Yichang City, Hubei Province, cheer each other up on February 18 (CBG.CN)
  • Doctors at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital rescue critical patients in ICU with the assistance from a medical team from Sichuan Province, southwest China on February 9 (HUBEI DAILY)
  • An exhausted nurse from Shaanxi Province in northwest China sleeps on the bus from the Renmin Hospital of Wuhan University to her residence on February 11 (HUBEI DAILY)
  • Experts from Heilongjiang Province, north China, examine a CT scan at a hospital in Xiaogan City, Hubei Province, on February 15 (CBG.CN)
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Since the outbreak of the novel coronavirus, many medical teams have been sent to Hubei Province to help treat patients. They are at the forefront of the fight against the epidemic at makeshift hospitals, ICU wards or laboratories.

At present, 19 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities are partnering with 16 cities and prefectures in Hubei to assist the hardest hit province. 

A total of 234 teams with over 30,000 members, including army medical personnel, are working in medical institutions in Wuhan.  

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