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1Traditional Medicine Research  2020, Vol. 5 Issue (3): 122-124    DOI: 10.12032/TMR20200405171
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Medical workers in traditional medicine who sacrificed their lives in the battle against COVID-19 deserve to be remembered forever
Editorial Group of Traditional Medicine Research
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China held a national day of mourning on April 4, 2020 to commemorate 3,335 victims of the COVID-19 outbreak, including medical workers who sacrificed their lives in the battle against the epidemic. April 4 was also Tomb-sweeping Day in China, known as the Qingming Festival, it is an important occasion for the Chinese to visit cemeteries, clean tombs, and mourn their ancestors.

Published: 13 April 2020
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Editorial Group of Traditional Medicine Research. Medical workers in traditional medicine who sacrificed their lives in the battle against COVID-19 deserve to be remembered forever. 1Traditional Medicine Research, 2020, 5(3): 122-124. doi: 10.12032/TMR20200405171

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Figure 1 Medical workers in traditional medicine who sacrificed their lives in the battle against COVID-19
Figure 2 Locations and corresponding numbers of medical workers in traditional medicine who sacrificed their lives in the battle against COVID-19
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