At the beginning of the semester, my school was attacked by a cruel COVID-19, and I felt sorry about that as a freshman in QUIE. But with the feeling of grief and regret, I can't help gasping at what our school has done for us students in epidemic prevention and control. The school is trying to illustrate one of its principles—"students’ health is the first".
The outbreak came so suddenly that everyone was caught unexpectedly, but the school stopped offline teaching at once, prohibited gathering and organized the whole school students to conduct nucleic acid testing. All teachers and students of the school conducted nucleic acid testing in an orderly manner. Volunteers dressed in red volunteer uniforms, masks and speakers ran back and forth on the playground to maintain order and keep a safe distance of one meter between every students. After each nucleic acid test, school leaders were present to supervise the epidemic prevention and control.
The epidemic is becoming more and more serious. Every student has to participate in studies online in the dormitory, and three meals a day has become the primary problem. At this time, the volunteers took up the responsibility of delivering meals for the students. They carried boxes of food, running between the floors. They put meals on the windowsill of each dormitory to keep a safe distance from students while delivering meals.
The epidemic is cruel itself but together we fight against the epidemic with heart and soul. School leaders rack their brains for students’ safety, and volunteers sweat for students’ life. With all these people who dedicate themselves to fighting for us students, we won’t be afraid of the epidemic and we firmly believe that we can overcome it together.
Whenever in a crisis, we can always trust our school.