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“When the Cherry Blossoms, we will meet again in Wuhan”: A Nurse’s Reflections

CORALINE CUI YA PING

On 9th February 2020, Coralline, a nurse from Nanjing, volunteered to go to Wuhan to help attend patients in the Coronavirus pandemic. She will be living in a specific hotel with her colleagues, unable to leave for security reasons, until 2nd April 2020. She will need to be isolated for 14 days after she returns to Nanjing.

…My name is Coralline.

“When the Cherry Blossoms, we will meet again in Wuhan”:A COVID-19 Photo Essay

CORALINE CUI YA PING

Coralline is a nurse from Nanjing, China. On 9th February 2020, she volunteered to go to Wuhan to help attend patients in the Coronavirus pandemic. Coralline and colleagues will be living in a specific hotel, unable to leave for security reasons, until 2nd April 2020. She will need to be isolated for 14 days after she returns to Nanjing.

A TICKET WITHOUT A NAME

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