‘Medic’ screams in social media video claiming to be inside coronavirus hospital

A "medic" has been filmed shrieking hysterically while colleagues try to calm her down in footage posted on social media claiming to be inside a hospital in China overwhelmed by the coronavirus.

In the clip, a tired-looking staff member is seen staring at her phone and holding her head in her hands while a woman next to her shrieks.

Crying with her head flung back, the woman screams uncontrollably while dabbing at her face with a tissue.

In the clip, another medic is seen resting her hand on the woman's shoulder.

A second woman walks over and tries to talk to the nurse, but she continues to scream inconsolably.

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Meanwhile, the other nurses look as though they are trying to ignore the commotion and carry on as normal.

The chilling video was shared on Twitter with a caption in Chinese which claimed: “10,000 medical staff in Wuhan have been overloaded.”

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The video has not yet been verified but it went viral on Chinese social media last week before being taken down since.

Doctors and nurses have not been able to see their families and medical supplies were running low, the post claims.

A vaccination to protect against this new strain of coronavirus could take a year to create according to a Pharma boss.

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The UK does not have any reports of people with coronavirus yet but the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock, has told people coming to Britain from Wuhan to "self-isolate" and stay indoors.

This warning comes after Chinese officials said that the new coronavirus can be spread by people who do not have any symptoms which could make it more contagious.

So far, coronavirus has killed 81 people and around 3,000 patients are being treated for the infection.

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