“Let’s fight together, till the end!”
“Victory belongs to the brave!”
病毒:Virus 新型冠狀病毒Novelcoronavirus [k?,r?un?'vai?r?s] 肺炎pneumonia [nju?'m??n??]
追蹤密切接觸者：trace close contacts
一線醫護人員：front-line medical workers
daunting ['d?:nt??] 令人望而生畏
respiratory [r?'spa??r?t??r?; r?'spa?r??t?r?] 呼吸系統
such as fever, cough and trouble breathing例如發燒、咳嗽和呼吸困難
create a vaccine for the new virus為新病毒研制疫苗
avoid close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness
a surgical mask外科口罩
Dr. Li Wenliang, one of the eight “whistleblowers（吹哨人）” who tried to warn medical colleagues of the novel coronavirus when it first appears in Wuhan, died early on Friday. Wuhan Central Hospital confirmed in a statement released on it’s official Weibo account. “Our hospital’s ophthalmologist Li Wenliang was unfortunate infected with coronavirus during his work in a fight against the coronavirus epidemic,” the statement read, adding “He died on 2:58 a.m. on February 7 after attempts to rescue were unsuccessful.”
“After emergency treatment, Li Wenliang was passed away,” the Central Hospital of Wuhan announced on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter. “We deep regret and mourn Li’s death.”
Dr. Li is a hero, will live in our hearts forever. May God bless all the courageous doctor and nurses fighted on the front line.
Zhong Nanshan, __61_ 83-year-old doctor who became a household name 17 years ago for “daring to speak” in the fight __62___ SARS, is the public face of China’s effort to control a new strain of coronavirus.
Despite his ___63___ (advance) age, Zhong was appointed to lead the ___64___(investigate) into the new virus, which has driven millions of Chinese crazy who are traveling for the week-long Lunar New Year holiday. His announcement on Monday ___65__ the virus could spread between humans increased worries about the outbreak, after __66___Beijing has warned officials ___67___ public shame if they cover up any infections.
That is similar to 2003, ___68___ in an atmosphere of fear and suspicion, Zhong, a respiratory diseases specialist, gave media his sincere, pessimistic assessment of the severity of the SARS crisis.
Zhong was praised for his honesty and ___69____ (remain) a public figure ever since, ___70___ (weight) in on public health issues such as air pollution and food safety.
4.a fight --the
5. on 2:59--at2:59
6. was passed（was 去掉）
8. will 前加who 或加and
61. an 62. against 63. advanced 64. investigation 65.that 66. which 67. of 68. when 69. has remained 70. weighing
How to keep yourself safe from new virus?
After a new-type coronavirus was detected in viral pneumonia cases in Central China's Wuhan city a month ago, more cases have been reported in recent days. To prevent catching the infection, here’s what you can do :
1. Wear masks outdoors
●Wearing a mask is one of the most effective ways to protect you from getting infected.
●Make sure to wear it properly by tightening up the nose clip and pulling the bottom of it over your chin.
● If you’re not feeling well or have symptoms of fever, a mask is also needed to prevent you from spreading germs to others.
2. Cover your coughs and sneeze with tissue
Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze, or you can cough or sneeze into your sleeve, but avoid covering with your hands directly.
3.Wash your hands frequently and properly. Wash your hands with soap and running water thoroughly for at least 15 seconds.
● Before eating and after using the toilet
● After returning home
● After touching trash or garbage
● After contacting with animals or handling animal wastes
4. Strengthen your immune system and exercise regularly
● Exercise regularly is one of the most important ways to help you stay away from catching any infections.
● Make sure that shared spaces have good air flow and avoid going to crowded places such as hospitals, railway stations and airports. Wear a mask if transport or movement is necessary.
● Seek prompt medical attention if you have symptoms of fever and respiratory infection.
● Avoid close contact with people who have flu or cold-like symptoms.
●Eat thoroughly cooked meat and eggs.
Avoid contact with wild animals or farmed livestock without any protection.
Come on Wuhan, Come on China !! (武漢加油！中國加油！）