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Novel heroes: Wuhan post-90s policemen work at front line to fight epidemic | Updated: 2020-02-24 12:20

After the novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic broke out, the Wuhan Erqi Road police station set up a youth brigade to help transfer patients and work on community disease control and prevention. The brigade has 34 policemen and auxiliary police, all from the post-1990 generation and devoted to fighting the epidemic.

Peng Quanjun, a policeman in the Erqi Road police station, drove over 1,000 kilometers on his own back to Wuhan at Spring Festival, when he just got married. Sparing no efforts to help residents with difficulties, he worked with colleagues to transfer several suspected patients to designated hotels for isolation treatment.

As of today, the Wuhan Erqi Road police station has successfully transferred over 150 people,  and helped residents on more than 30 occasions. Like Peng Quanjun, all the policemen in the Erqi Road police station work at the front line in the war against epidemic, and won’t retreat until the virus is eliminated.

Watch the video to see how these policemen from the post-1990 generation work every day.

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