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New York medical staff kneeling on one knee to condemn racial discrimination 

In New York, medical personnel who have been hailed as heroes in the New Coronary Pneumonia Anti-epidemic War also joined the ranks of anti-racism, condemning the phenomenon of racial discrimination in the public medical system.

In New York, anti-police violent demonstrations have been held for several days.  AP
In New York, anti-police violent demonstrations have been held for several days. 
AP

About 100 medical personnel wearing masks and other protective equipment briefly left their post on Thursday and walked outside Bellevue Hospital in Manhattan, kneeling on one knee for 8 minutes and 46 seconds to mourn the black Flo who was killed by the police Ed. Some people held up placards, which read: “Provide medical care for everyone”, “Racism kills my patients” and other sentences.

One of the black nurses said, “As a professional medical officer against the new Pneumococcal Pneumonia virus, I also continue to fight the racist virus.”

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