History is made every day. We’re all touched by what is happening; this reblog celebrates Dr. Wenliang’s courage:
When the first coughs could be heard emanating from the markets of Wuhan in December, I would be willing to bet most people thought nothing of it.
It’s December- all kinds of coughs, colds, and cases of flu are going around – no need to panic.
However, those coughs would soon progress into a deep, grumbling wail from the lungs – incapacitating its hosts until they were left gasping for air in a hospital bed.
Soon, it became apparent that this was a new, unforeseen enemy – one much worse than a typical cold or flu that circulates every year. The new decade was to start in the hands of a new enemy.
One man who warned us was Dr. Li Wengliang. Just five months ago, blew the whistle on coronavirus – describing it as a SARS-type of illness to his medical students on WhatsApp.
Born in 1986, Li was…
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