Museum Night on 26 June Free for Health & Social Workers

  • 23 Jun 2021 9:28 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Museum Night on 26 June Free for Health & Social Workers
Healthcare and social workers can take part in Museum Night this year for free, Human Resources Minister Miklós Kásler announced on his Facebook page.

He wrote that this offer is in recognition of the work of “heroes who stand their ground in the first line of protection against the epidemic.”

He said the nearly 200,000 skilled workers in the two sectors can catch their breath after a strenuous year, adding “we are trying to support this long-awaited period with physical and mental recreation in every possible way.”

Visitors can choose from among programmes offered by more than 250 cultural institutions across Hungary.

Healthcare and social workers can enjoy the offerings for free by presenting documents that verify their employment.

The 19th annual Museum Night takes place on Saturday, June 26.

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