Take-out hot pot, take-out dumplings…They ate the New Year’s Eve dinner with their colleagues in the makeshift laboratory

Qianjiang Evening News · hour news reporter Wu Chaoxiang correspondent Wang Jialing Li Wenfang Ye Xiaojun rinse steaming hot pot, lifted drinks clink glasses…On January 31, New Year’s Eve, more than 10 nucleic acid testing team members from Run Run Shaw Hospital affiliated to Zhejiang University School of Medicine were still standing in the mobile shelter laboratory of Hangzhou Expo Center.The team spent this New Year’s Eve in the lab and had a special dinner together.Since January 28, the Run Run Shaw Hospital of Zhejiang University has sent a 25-member nucleic acid testing team to the Testing base in Xiaoshan Wenyan and the Blue Whale mobile Shelter laboratory in Hangzhou Expo Center to support nucleic acid testing. Working an average of 12 hours a day, the team has completed the testing of more than 15,000 samples.On New Year’s Eve, after finishing work, more than 10 members of the team had a hot pot together in the laboratory restaurant to celebrate the Year of the Tiger.”Hot pot is take-out, dumplings, drinks, fruit, it’s quite sumptuous.We were away from our families, but we enjoyed the meal. It was a very meaningful Spring Festival for me.”Clinical laboratory doctor Chen Rong said.Chen Rong’s hometown is Jinhua. She had planned to go back for the Spring Festival. Because of the epidemic, she stayed in Hangzhou while her husband went back to her hometown with their 5-year-old son.”Just now I talked to my family on the phone. They are also having dinner on New Year’s Eve. They have my favorite rice cake, which we must eat during the Spring Festival in Jinhua.Chen rong said that her family recorded a video and sent it to her. Every family member showed up to encourage her and let her work at ease. “I was really touched.”In the nucleic acid testing team, many medical workers have not returned home for the Spring Festival for many years.Zhao Yang, the team leader, has not been back to his hometown in Anhui for three years. His daughter is just one month old on the 26th day of the 12th lunar month.”This time, everyone came to work with the mentality of celebrating the Spring Festival here.I don t spend much time with my family because of my work. I ll make it up to them when it s over.Yao Yao has been absent for three years.Speaking of her parents and grandparents in Heilongjiang, the 90-year-old girl could not help but be red in her eyes.”I feel homesick during holidays, but AS long as everyone is safe and healthy, no matter where I am, home will always be my harbor.”Qiao Sai, a native of Jining, Shandong Province, also missed the lunar New Year’s Eve dinner with her parents for the third time.”Of course I miss home, but my parents understand my work very well.I hope to bring my mother to Hangzhou in the Year of the Tiger and fulfill her wish of appreciating osmanthus flowers.”On New Year’s Eve, the team members also said their New Year’s wishes: hope the epidemic will end as soon as possible;I hope you can return to normal life as soon as possible.I hope I can go back to my hometown for a Spring Festival and feel the atmosphere of the Spring Festival again.After the meal, everyone spent a special Spring Festival, continue to standby, waiting for the next task in the New Year.(Video provided by Chen Rong) This article is the original work of Qianjiang Evening News. Without permission, it is forbidden to reprint, copy, extract, rewrite and network transmission, otherwise, the newspaper will pursue the legal responsibility of the infringer through judicial channels.Source: Qianjiang Evening News · Hour News

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