Farewell, Wuhan! Farewell, Leishenshan Hospital! Liu Chenxi, a doctor sent from northeast China's Dalian to aid Wuhan's #coronavirus battle, is heading home after working on the front line for 52 days #COVID19
A total of 1,090 members of different medical assistance teams from Liaoning, Shanghai, Jilin, Guangdong, Shanxi, and Hebei left Leishenshan Hospital in #Wuhan on Sunday as the epidemic outbreak in the hard-hit province has been subdued.
A construction worker revealed his "secret identity" as a hip-pop dancer, becoming an online sensation. He is one of the workers who built the makeshift hospital Leishenshan within 15 days in #Wuhan when the epicenter was witnessing mass increases in #Covid19 patients in Feb.
In Video: Construction of the Leishenshan hospital specializing in treating patients with #nCoV2019 , is underway. Around 4,900 people and 1,000 construction machines are working on the site, and the hospital will provide up 1,600 beds.
Huoshenshan Hospital, a new facility providing 700 to 1,000 beds for #coronavirus patients in #Wuhan , is expected to be handed over to the military on Feb 2 upon completion. Leishenshan Hospital, which holds 1,300 beds, would come into use on Feb 5.
Timelapse video shows the construction of makeshift hospital Leishenshan for #coronavirus patients in Wuhan. 55% of the construction is completed. The hospital is expected to receive patients on Feb 6.
Check out Chinese speed in 30 seconds: Within 10 days, Chinese workers completed 80% of Leishenshan Hospital, a new makeshift hospital that can accommodate 1,600 patients to combat #coronavirus . That is what skill, strength, and confidence look like!
#Wuhan city will build a second #coronavirus hospital, authorities said Saturday. The facility, Leishenshan Hospital, will house 1,300 beds to help contain the #CoronavirusOutbreak . It's expected to be completed within two weeks. Meanwhile, work continues at Huoshenshan Hospital.