Footage has been circulating in China of a health care worker removing her hazmat suit making a puddle of sweat on the floor.
Unfortunately, it’s a harsh reality of the people who are at the front line working and dealing with the corona pandemic in this scorching heat and sweltering weather.
The video was captured on 8th August in Urumqi, Xinjiang. In the footage, it is shown that a health care worker is removing her hazmat suit for the break, and as soon as she removes her suit bucket of sweat pours out from the inside and made a huge puddle on the ground. That day the temperature in Urumqi was 29°C.
While we all complain about the hot weather and find the way not to wear masks. These medical staffs have to wear these thick hazmat suits in the hot summer days and endure the scorching heat just so they can help the people in the pandemic.
COVID-19 emerged in Wuhan late last year, and it has spread all around the world affecting millions of people. After Wuhan, coronavirus breakout has spread in the second city of Xinjiang province, and since the outbreak, 47 people are infected with the virus.
With the increasing cases of corona in Xinjiang province, China has placed a lockdown for safety measures and to control the virus. People are asked not to leave their homes and encourage them to wear masks all the time and wash their hands whenever they are in contact of anything or anyone.
But after the video of medial staff gets viral on people start praising the passion and the hard work the medical workers are putting in order to fight the virus.
One comment says: ‘This has brought me to tears. Thank you all for working so hard, our angels!’
While another wrote: ‘Oh my god, this is shocking! All the medical staff is our true heroes’ And one more comment says: ‘The summer is so hot and they are wearing so many layers. It’s unimaginable how hard it must be. Thank you!’
And so many praising and lovely comments are flooding in for the medical staff fighting for us in the front line.
‘All the medical staff, thank you for your hard work!’