72 negative-pressure ambulances brought to Wuhan

A special freight train loaded with 72 new negative-pressure ambulances has headed to Wuhan to reinforce the ongoing fight against the novel coronavirus outbreak. The vehicles have special equipment installed that keep the inside air pressure lower than the outside and make the air exchange disinfected and filtered, to largely reduce cross-infection. China Railway Nanchang Bureau Group and China Railway Special Cargo Services designated a special train to ensure a soonest possible delivery of the ambulances to Wuhan. This method also avoided the risk of cross-infection for road transport personnel running back and forth.