A post box painted blue in support of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS) is seen in London, Britain.
The Royal Mail has decorated five postboxes as a way of thanking NHS workers on the front lines of the coronavirus outbreak.
The postboxes have been painted blue with the message “Thank You NHS” printed across it.
Thank you NHS 👏👍
We're showing our support to the incredible NHS workers across the UK who are working tirelessly to help those affected by the crisis by decorating a number of our postboxes.
The postboxes are painted in ‘NHS blue’ and say ‘Thank You NHS’. pic.twitter.com/VrS3iz3oSn
— Royal Mail (@RoyalMail) May 1, 2020
They are located in four locations, near St Thomas’ Hospital in central London, Trafford General Hospital in Manchester, Royal Edinburgh Hospital, University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff and The Royal Victoria Hospital in Belfast.
The Royal Mail has said that the locations were selected to represent the four nations of the UK.
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