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  • A doctor passes through a corridor full of medical equipment in the isolation zone of the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital on February 9
  • Nurses from Sichuan tend to a patient in an ICU ward on February 9
  • In an isolation ward, a Sichuan doctor finishes his shift and finally gets to check his messages on February 9
  • A doctor from Sichuan helps a colleague disinfect his gloves in a ward on February 9
  • Two nurses from Sichuan crosscheck medicines for patients on February 9
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As the government mobilizes medical personnel and resources from all over the country to reinforce the work of doctors and nurses in Wuhan, the epicenter of the novel coronavirus outbreak in Hubei Province, central China, a team from the southwestern province of Sichuan is working around the clock at the Wuhan Red Cross Hospital to treat patients.

Many of its members from the West China Hospital of Sichuan University have experience grappling with death and devastation in the wake of the killer earthquake in Sichuan in 2008. Though they face unknown risks, their dedication and morale have never wavered, triggering admiration and applause from all over the world.

(Photos courtesy of Hubei Daily)

Copyedited by Sudeshna Sarkar

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