FULL SERIES OF EXCLUSIVE ICN REPORTS FROM A CATHOLIC IN WUHAN AT CENTRE OF CORONAVIRUS

Here is the full series of exclusive ICN reports from a Catholic living in Wuhan who prefers to remain anonymous . They give a first-hand account of the situation in the city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak in China. The former hospital of the Missionary Sisters of St. Columban, became known as Wuhan’s Number 5 Hospital and received some of the first diagnosed coronavirus patients.

catholic living in Wuhan explains the coronavirus pandemic

China 16:Resilience and experience of the senior generation

China 15: A long-term view in the context of Faith

China 14: ‘The sun will shine after the wind and rain have passed’

China 13: Extended Easter vigil as restrictions lift

China 12: Easter celebrations in homes

China 11: Signs of hope as the virus subsides

China 10: “We are all sisters and brothers”

China 9: Humility to discover God in a new way 

China 8: Trust in God during ‘two months of storms 

China 7: Cherry blossom reminds that life is fragile

China 6: Low-income families ‘eat bitterness’ through coronavirus emergency 

China 5: China: Wuhan’s International Catholic Community 

China 4: Housebound friends support each other by phone 

China 3: Praying and waiting for the tide to turn 

China 2: Knowing victims of Coronavirus infection 

China 1: A New Year like no other in Wuhan