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Pay tribute to all medical personnel on the International Nurses Day

Publish date:2020-5-12   Pageview: 599


  On 12 May each year International Nurses Day is celebrated globally on the birthday of Florence Nightingale, the founder of modern nursing.

  In order to pay tribute to all medical personnel for their fight against Covid-19, Xiamen Olympic Museum will offer free admission to the medical workers nationwide for one year.

  Special Policies for Medical Personnel as below:

  1. From now on to December 31, 2020, XOM will be open to medical workers nationwide (including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan) free of charge (show your relevant medical certificates at the reception).

  2.  From now on to March 31, 2023, for more than 1000 medical workers in Fujian Province, who participated in the prevention of COVID-19, regardless of personal safety, free of charge within three years with the "anti-epidemic hero travel card".


  Xiamen Olympic Museum, one of the twenty-eight members of the International Olympic Museums Network, is a non-profitable international organization approved by International Olympic Committee and China Olympic Committee. It is the first Olympic Museum entitled “Olympics” in China. The museum was planned, designed and founded by International Olympic Committee Member, the former president of International Boxing Association, Mr.Ching-kuo Wu, who is also a world-renowned architecture expert and the curator of our Museum. The museum has rich collections of Olympic culture relics with the purpose of promoting Olympic cultures, spirits and making more people to know, experience and share Olympic history and glory.