- The young girl paid a visit to her mother, Lui Haiyan, a nurse at a hospital
- The video shows Lui standing a distance away from her daughter as they communicate
- Lui encourages her little one by telling her she will be back home as soon as the fight is over
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The coronavirus pandemic has not only taken but also affected the lives of people in many parts of the world but most significantly in China.
Many in the Asian country have seen their normal lives change for the worst as people continue to isolate themselves from others in fear of contracting the virus.
A short video of a mother and daughter comforting each other at a hospital in Zhoukou, China, has moved many on social media.
The young girl paid a visit to her mother, Lui Haiyan, a nurse at the said hospital.
The video shows Lui standing a distance away from her daughter as they communicate with both wearing face masks.
The daughter wept uncontrollably as she told expressed her distress at not having the mum by her side.
All the mother could do was encourage her by saying she was fighting monsters and would be back home as soon as the fight is over.
"Mum is fighting monsters, I'll be back home once the virus is beaten, I'll come back to be your company after we win," Lui told her sobbing daughter.
The two gave each other air hugs as they are not supposed to come into contact with anyone especially those working with the patients.
The young girl placed the food on the floor for her mum to pick up as they said farewell to each other.
Global coronavirus cases have now risen to 34,564, as of February 8, with Singapore confirming more cases to bring its national average to 40.
A US citizen has also become the first non-Chinese national to die from the disease. Overall, the death toll stands at 722 people. The individual, a 60-year-old, perished in Wuhan while getting treatment.
Five British nationals have also been diagnosed with the virus after staying at the same skis chalet as another infected Singapore national.
WHO has paid tribute to the coronavirus whistleblower doctor who died. They expressed their condolences through the organization’s China representative.
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