Doctor Ly Van Luong’s mother revealed that he had been summoned by the police in the middle of the night, and asked the authorities to explain his son’s death.
Doctor Ly Van Luong’s mother revealed that he had been summoned by the police in the middle of the night, and asked the authorities to explain his son’s death. Wuhan doctor gave early warning of corona virus to death after being infected Dr Li Wenliang, who warned of the dangers of corona virus and was later summoned and criticized by Chinese police, died. at a hospital in Wuhan city.
According to SCMP , Dr. Li Wenliang’s mother asked the police of Wuhan City to release information on how to treat this doctor during the time he was detained on January 1 because published information on new strains of corona virus.
In a video published on the Internet, Mr. Li’s mother said the doctor was summoned to the police station at night. Mr. Li was informed that he had signed a letter of reprimand for spreading the information then accused of “inaccuracy” about the virus outbreak.
“Before the truth was clarified, my child was summoned to the police station in the middle of the night. We would not be happy if they did not explain properly,” Mr. Li’s mother said.
When asked if there is a chance to be decided again, she said the family will always support the decision of Dr. Ly Van Luong, working at the front line to fight the outbreak and spread of corona virus.
“We will of course let our son work at the front line, which is what my son wants and has to support his family. My son is a doctor, and the disease outbreak in Wuhan is really bad. bad, “said Dr. Li’s mother.
Doctor Li Wenliang, 34, from Wuhan, was one of eight people arrested on January 1 for announcing information about a new strain of the corona virus. Authorities China initially accused Dr. Li spreading false information, but was later acquitted and vindicated this doctor.
Dr. Li became infected with the corona virus and died early in the morning 7/2 after fighting the virus, according to a notice from Wuhan Central Hospital where he worked.
The ophthalmologist’s death has left many mourned and angry at the reaction of officials to the disease that has led to more than 800 deaths in mainland China.