(In case you are wondering, this interview is purely fictional)
I’m from Wuhan, it’s my hometown.
Fortunately, none of my family and friends are sick at this time. They are all staying home and waiting for the epidemic to pass.
The situation among the sick people tho, whether you are infected by the coronavirus or not, is depressing.
The medical supply( protection, testing kits) is short, the hospitals are overcrowding, the builders for the new hospitals are overworked, the doctors and nurses are on the edge of exhaustion and breakdown.
Therefore, many people can’t get medical help. They are dying at home, or in the hallway of the hospitals. Because they couldn’t get diagnosed, they were not counted in the numbers.
Don’t trust WHO’s praise towards the “excellent work” done by the Chinese government. They went to Zhongnanhai ( the white palace in China), not the frontline, they didn’t go near any hospitals in Wuhan.
“Hey, I thought this is a funny comic!”
When I bring some humor into this event, I also want to raise some awareness.
As a comic artist, it’s the least I can do.
Bless Wuhan. Stay healthy, my friends.