‘Sacrificed’: anger in China over death of Wuhan doctor from coronavirus
Hu Weifeng, 42, worked at the same hospital as whistleblower ophthalmologist Li Wenliang
The death of a doctor at Wuhan’s “whistleblower hospital” has prompted a wave of anger at hospital authorities for not protecting frontline health workers in the face of the coronavirus outbreak.
Hu Weifeng, 42, a urologist at Wuhan Central hospital where the whistleblower ophthalmologist Li Wenliang worked, died of the virus on Tuesday after a four-month battle. Hu is the sixth doctor from his hospital killed by the virus.