(Fighting against New Coronary Pneumonia) Neighbourhood life in cities under the "epidemic" is no longer "sitting and speechless"

  Chinanews.com, Lanzhou, November 11 (Wang Muyu) As the saying goes, "distant relatives are not as good as neighbors", but in the high-rise reinforced concrete residential buildings, the "talklessness" between neighbors has become a common phenomenon in fast-paced urban life.

Since the new round of the new crown pneumonia epidemic in Gansu, many office workers who are difficult to meet on weekdays have had more time to communicate and communicate, and set up a group of owners to help each other solve some of their life worries during the "epidemic" time of the home war.

  "We have lived here for almost three years. Not to mention how familiar we are with the community. Even our neighbors are still strangers. But since the beginning of the epidemic, every household has been actively helping each other through the group of owners." I live in Lanzhou. Said Liu Chunlan from Daqiao Community in Chengguan District of the city.

In the past few days, Lanzhou citizens have spontaneously formed a "caring fleet" to pick up medical staff and transport medical supplies for free.

The picture shows volunteers killing vehicles.

Photo courtesy of the Propaganda Department of Chengguan District Committee

  Since the first person with a nucleic acid test positive in this round of the epidemic in Gansu on October 18, so far, Gansu has accumulated 144 local confirmed cases, including 83 in Lanzhou.

After the outbreak, in addition to medical staff, community workers and other staff who are fighting the epidemic, Lanzhou residents adhered to the "non-essential do not go out" home office model, which has narrowed the relationship between neighbors.

  "On the day of the closure of our community, volunteers from the community came to deliver vegetables and living supplies, and the usually deserted owner group immediately became active." Wang Xiaoni, who lives in the Huanghejiayuan Community, Anning District, Lanzhou City, told reporters, October 20 , The community is closed and controlled, and the residents’ panic is alleviated under the positive attitude of the property and community staff.

  "Before the epidemic, my neighbors and I were basically strangers, but now I think they are the closest people." Zhang Yan, who lives in a closed community in Lanzhou City, Lanzhou City, is isolated at home, although she can't cook. Neighbors who knew the news would cook an extra meal every day and put it in front of her house.

  "Post-85" Zhao Wei started his business in Lanzhou, but suspended the company's work due to the epidemic.

An elderly person who is alone at home cannot buy living supplies, and the staff at which nucleic acid testing site can't eat hot meals... Whenever he sees similar information in his community WeChat group or circle of friends, he will reply as soon as possible : "Give me the address and contact you for supplies immediately."

There are many anti-epidemic "housemen" in Chengguan District of Lanzhou City to protect the safety and health of residents in the community.

The picture shows "Household Soldiers" volunteers serving others.

Photo courtesy of the Propaganda Department of Chengguan District Committee

  "Military coats, hot water, warm water bags, and self-made food..." Wei Yanling, head of the "Neighborhood Watch Volunteer Team" in Daqiao Community, Chengguan District, Lanzhou City, told reporters that due to the sudden drop in temperature recently, every group of volunteers The enthusiastic residents who can receive the cold protection materials from the community residents don't say anything, put down their things and turn around, so that their hearts are warm.

  Before the epidemic, people living in urban "bird cages" kept a "relative distance" for a long time.

In the past few days, reporters from Chinanews.com found that the sudden epidemic broke this "coldness", but it also pulled into the hearts of the neighbors.

  Wu Shaoli, a national second-level psychological counselor and a doctoral student in Applied Psychology at Beijing Normal University, analyzed that the affinity among neighborhoods is not determined by a fixed temperament, and often exhibits social development and adaptive functions, such as in society When the environment is more peaceful, people's hearts are more peaceful and powerful, and they are easy to pay attention to the inner value needs, which determines that neighbours need more independent space to do their own interests without being disturbed.

  "But when faced with the test of the epidemic, the people at home need to work together to overcome the difficulties." Wu Shaoli believes that in this case, the mutual needs between neighbors are particularly prominent, and they will naturally be more friendly, cherished and friendly.