It has been unveiled through a recent report that the hospital beds that were featured during the opening ceremony of the Olympics this year have been decided to be donated to Tunisia hospital.
The beds, more than 300 in numbers, were made to appear at the ceremony with an aim to celebrate the National Health Service, the report finds. It is being said that it was a tribute being paid to the NHS by Danny Boyle.
As per the findings, Boyle was of the opinion that the NHS was worth a whole section of the show that was actually also dedicated to it. Not only it deserved the celebration, but the featuring of some 600 real-life nurses along with healthcare workers was also of value.
The celebration was joined by a large crowd of 27 million people, which doubled the esteem of the NHS and GOSH too.
All the beds shown were carrying the words GOSH, which is for Great Ormond Street Hospital and NHS and that too in LED lights. And the same have been decided to be given away by Tait Technologies, which says eight 40ft containers would transport these to the Hospital de Taouine as well as the Hospital Habis Burguiba De Medenine.
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