The last batch of 20 doctors and nurses from Zhoushan, Zhejiang province, who were dispatched to Hubei province pose for a group photo. [Photo/zj.zjol.com]
The last batch of 20 doctors and nurses from Zhoushan, Zhejiang province, who were dispatched to Hubei province started their return trip on March 28.
They recorded their feelings in a video on the previous day.
"As a doctor, I feel it a great honor for me to come to aid Wuhan,” Wang Hui said. “I hope the epidemic will end as soon as possible. Wuhan and the whole country will surely win the fight against the epidemic."
Medic Luo Bin: "Over the past month, we have seen the contributions that Wuhan has made to epidemic control in China. Thank you, Wuhan, and be strong."
"I've seen the strength, perseverance and kindness of Wuhan residents, and I'm happy to see that we have secured an initial victory against the epidemic," said a medic named Shen Feiyan.
"The experience of coming to aid Wuhan will be an unforgettable memory for me. I hope to visit the city in the future, to see the beautiful sakura blossoms," said a medic named Zhang Yini.
Zhoushan has sent 31 doctors and nurses to Hubei province to help in epidemic control, including 10 from Zhoushan Hospital, four from the Zhoushan Women's and Children's Hospital, four from the Zhoushan Traditional Chinese Medicine Hospital, two from the Zhoushan No 2 People's Hospital, two from the Dinghai District Central Hospital, six from the Putuo Hospital and three from the Daishan Healthcare Group.