I went to the hospital early that morning. The sun had just risen. Everyone had a duty, the Sun had started late that day. 1/10
Because of patients' privacy, I rarely went to locked rooms, but I stood to hunt the light whenever I saw it, the light came but the door was closed. 2/10
Because of patients' privacy, I rarely went to locked rooms, but I stood to hunt the light whenever I saw it, the light came but the door was closed. 3/10
A four-bed room, with only two beds occupied, had large windows that opened onto the south courtyard of the hospital. Many lights could enter the room, only a ray of which fell on the medicine glass. 4/10
When I went to another ward, the ward was evacuated due to the small number of patients. I was walking in the empty ward without a patient and a doctor as if I were somewhere other than a hospital. There was also light and shades there. 6/10
Empty seats do not wait for anyone. It was a good day at the hospital and there were fewer patients. 7/10
Something happens that is beyond our imagination, like a seriously-ill patient who recovers and a person who leaves us in a few days. Like the same light that I do not know where it came from, it just fell on the hospital serum. 8/10
I had shortness of breath due to wearing face masks. I had to go out for a few minutes. After returning, the light had reached the door of the ward. 9/10
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