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          Pic story: couple fight in battle against epidemic (1/8)

          2020-02-15 08:51:03 Xinhua Editor :Yao Lan
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          Pang Zhen (R) and Chen Meiru help each other to check goggles before entering a contaminated area in the hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (L) and Chen Meiru pose for a photo at ward area in the hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (C) and Chen Meiru (L) receive temperature check when entering the Beijing Ditan Hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru take medical treatment to a patient in the hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (L) and Chen Meiru make preparations before entering a contaminated area in the hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (R) and Chen Meiru watch a news program on COVID-19 after work at their dormitory in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (R) helps Chen Meiru to tighten her protective suit in the hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

          Pang Zhen (R) and Chen Meiru walk hand in hand on their way to work at Beijing Ditan Hospital in Beijing, capital of China, Feb. 13, 2020. Pang Zhen and Chen Meiru, a married couple, both work as nurses at intensive care unit of Beijing Ditan Hospital affiliated to Capital Medical University. Their department, including 16 doctors and 61 nurses, began to receive COVID-19 patients since January. "We're family after work and comrades in the battle against the epidemic. We will strive to win the battle," said Pang Zhen. (Xinhua/Zhang Yuwei)

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