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20,000 paper birds help fund COVID-19 units at Belgium hospital
by Kate Abnetta and Yves Herman
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10 August 2020
On 10 August 2020 Reuters reported:
A flock of 20,000 multicoloured origami birds has been installed in a cathedral in Brussels, Belgium, as part of a fundraising artwork that has paid for two COVID-19 units at a local hospital. Each bird was matched by a donation from companies including French energy firm Engie, raising 101,625 euros ($119,744) for two units for COVID-19 patients at the Erasmus hospital in Brussels.
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