Wuhan, the epicentre of coronavirus outbreak, can finally breathe a sigh of relief because since the last few days, the city reported no new domestic cases of the virus. While the virus has spread to other countries, life is slowly getting back to normal in China. Also Read - US Lawyer Blames China For Coronavirus Outbreak, Demands $20 Trillion For Damages Caused By the Pandemic
All this could be possible because of the relentless efforts of doctors and medical professionals who put everything at stake and selflessly served the citizens infected with the virus. In order to thank them, many buildings across the country were lit up with slogans for the medical staff and their faces were plastered across. Also Read - China Ready to Share Its Experience to Control Coronavirus Spread With India, Provide Help
Now, a new video has emerged from Fuzhou, where around 200 medics were deployed in 16 hospitals of Wuhan to cure coronavirus patients. In order to give them a grand welcome, the residents projected their pictures on the buildings throughout the city.
As per a report by CGTN, around 50,000 giant outdoor screens and LED were set up to display pictures of the medics with ‘thank you’ and ‘welcome’ messages to celebrate their homecoming.
Watch the heartwarming video:
A few days ago too, buildings and bridges in Wuhan were illuminated with cheerful slogans for medics.
So far, China has reported a total of 80,928 confirmed cases of the COVID-19 of which 3,245 died, while 70,420 patients were discharged after treatment.