Wuhan Hospital doctor broke down because of growing number of patients lying around

Wuhan Hospital doctor broke down because of growing number of patients lying around

- A doctor was seen breaking down because of the current situation in Wuhan Hospital

- Apparently, the man was enraged that his medical team had failed to contact the hospital’s chairman

- The medical team had to arrange four shifts for one single day

- It was previously reported that a doctor got infected with the coronavirus and succumbed to death

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A doctor was seen breaking down because of the current situation in Wuhan Hospital in video circulating on Chinese social media over a phone call.

In the 1.5 minute video, the man was enraged that his medical team had failed to contact the hospital’s chairman.

“When can we see you? How are we supposed to go home and spend time with our families for the Lunar New Year? What did you even do?”

He even mentioned how his team had to arrange four shifts for one single day, and they had to get back to work right after every meal. They would even be punished if they’re late for their shifts as well.

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“Do you think we (doctors) don’t need to live? What are you guys even doing?”

Apparently, his dissatisfaction towards the hospital management did not meet with a satisfactory response from the other end of the phone. He was told to “move the patients who were lying on the ground aside”, and to “go home and get lost”.

A female staff can then be seen comforting the doctor, but the doctor responded with:

“I’m not making a fuss! The patients are lying there, and there are so many of them. What are we supposed to do?”

The new coronavirus, also known as Novel coronavirus, was identified during December 2019 in Wuhan, Hubei province of China, after numerous people in the city fell ill with pneumonia without a clear cause and did not respond to existing treatments. The transmission rates of the virus have escalated since mid-January, with several countries outside China reporting cases of infection and there has been evidence of human-to-human transmission. The virus has an incubation period of two weeks and can be fatal.

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Source: Kami.com.ph

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