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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.

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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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