Post-90s generation do a terrific job during epidemic period.
News / By Jin Nannan / 02 13,2020 15:55:15 / others

On February 9th, Zhou Jienan(right) had instant noodles to celebrate her 29th birthday with her colleague, Zeng Yan, whose birthday is also on Feb. 9 in the Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University in Wuhan. [Photo/Zhang Wujun]

Liu Guangyao (right) and Qiao Bing are couples who were born in 1990s and work in the Third People’s Hospital in Henan Province. They joined in a medical team to help the hospital in Hubei province. On Feb. 2nd, they hugged and encouraged each other before leaving Henan. [Photo/Li An]

Jiao Jiao, a 28-year-old nurse, works in Yunyang People’s Hospital in Shiyan city, Hubei province. Working in infectious disease department, she seldom has a face-time call with her 3-year-old daughter. She wrote down “I miss you, baby” on paper and stuck it to the glass window with her colleague. [Photo/Zhou Jiashan]

On February 12th, 353 medical workers gathered in Kunming, Yunnan province and they were about to help the local hospitals in Xianning, Hubei province. The picture shows a group of young medical personnel, who were born in 1990s and work in the First People’s Hospital of Yunnan Province, encouraged themselves. [Photo/Ye Chuanzeng and Li Faxing]

Yuan Hanzhen, a post-90s generation nurse, works in Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hospital, Sun Yat-sen University. Now she is working in Hankou Hospital in Wuhan. [Photo/Xian Gan and Zhang Yang]

Wen Xianxian(left) and Yang Han are inspectors working in Disease Prevention and Control Center in Changshou district of Chongqing. They work day and night in a PCR test room to do research on the novel coronavirus. [Photo/ Fan Qiang]

Xiao Rui, a post-90s generation nurse of Armed Police Hospital in Hubei province, has been working for over 20 days. The picture shows her dripping sweat and the red print of the protective suit after working. [Photo/ Wu Jun and Wang Yunke]

Xie Ling, who was born in 1991, works in a local transportation bureau in Fujian province. She works during the epidemic period. On the 7th day of Chinese New Year, her grandfather passed away and she came back home for 1 hour and returned to work afterwards. [Photo/ Shao Yuzi, Dong Guansheng]

Yang Tong, a 28-year-of policeman in Chengdu, Sichuan province, came back to work after wedding. He works in a highway toll station, checking more than 1,000 cars and temperature of over 2,600 people per day. The picture shows that he was communicating with his colleague on Feb. 12th.

“We were protected by people during the outbreak of SARS in 2003, and we want to protect them this time,” a post-90s nurse said, which was complimented online.

The post-90s generations play a significant role in fighting against the coronavirus. From medical workers to volunteers, they make great contribution to the society and show their persistence, brave spirit and responsibilities to the disease war.

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