The UK Bicycle team has sponsored 800 national team drinking water bottles for employees of the National Health Service in the United Kingdom.
The bottles will be sent to National Health Service staff in Hull and York to partly support and motivate this force during the Covid-19 pandemic. The water supply plants had to be removed from some hospitals were affected by the pandemic, and this has affected many health workers, who spend long hours in personal protective equipment, causing them to sweat and dehydrate.
The sponsorship of the drinking water campaign is currently run by Matt Porter, the owner of the company, which organizes Sportive HQ cycling events, along with sponsoring drinking water from many other companies and groups. All proceeds will be used to purchase more bottles of drinking water.
UK Bicycle Team leader, Nick Hayes, expressed his delight when partnering with partners HSBC UK and SiS to provide some support to the National Health Service staff who are fighting Tireless to keep us safe during this time. On behalf of the British Bicycle team, Nick Hayes sent to the National Health Service staff thanks for the admirable work.
Olympic Lake Placid venues will support health professionals
The Olympic venues at Lake Placid have been repurposed to support the medical staff currently involved in the Covid pandemic. 19. Herb Brooks Arena is a complex area where competition content will be organized. on the ice will be along with a number of other locations such as Madison Square Garden and the world’s number one Trade Center will become part of the fight against Covid 19 in New York.
New York City was the worst hit by this pandemic when it hit the United States. More than 8,600 people died, an even greater number than those killed in the painful November 9 event. 181,000 cases of Covid 19 have made New York the city with the number of infected people even more than some other countries in the world.
Lake Placid twice hosted the Winter Olympics, first in 1932 and then in 1980. Herb Brooks Arena is named after the late coach of the male hockey team of America (consisting of college football player, famously defeated the Soviet Union to fully conquer ice hockey in 1980).