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Network Rail and QTS donate eye protection


In a good news story, while the UK suffers from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic, Network Rail Scotland and the QTS Group have helped out by donating four boxes of Bollé safety eyewear to adult theatre staff at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.

The label said: “To the lifesavers at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital from Network Rail Works Delivery and QTS Group.”

In thanking both organisations for their kind donation, the hospital tweeted: “The staff are truly grateful for helping the frontline staff fight the fight of COVID-19.”

Well done everyone!


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