Coronavirus: African student volunteers to battle disease in China

Coronavirus: African student volunteers to battle disease in China

- Olatoye Babatunde, a 24-year-old student, has volunteered to fight coronavirus in China

- The young Nigerian said he was touched by the commitment of doctors handling the crisis

- Olatoye measures the temperature of residents in his community to check for the infected

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As the deadly coronavirus spreads across the world, killing and infecting many, a student is in the face of it all doing what he can to save humanity.

Olatoye Babatunde, a 24-year-old student, is giving his all as a volunteer in China to ensure the citizens are safe.

He measures the temperature of people living in his community, Nanjing, East China’s Jiangsu province. Olatoye started his volunteering on Thursday, February 6.

Olatoye works as a record keeper in his community as he checks residents' temperature to know who is infected. Photo source: ECNS

Olatoye works as a record keeper in his community as he checks residents' temperature to know who is infected. Photo source: ECNS
Source: UGC

The brave student said that he volunteered because he was touched by doctors who battle the scourge non-stop in the country.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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