Australian actress Ruby Rose is keen on helping Hungarian healthcare
Ruby Rose, playing the major role of the DC Universe’s Batwoman series, is shooting a movie in Hungary right now.
The actress keeps her Instagram followers posted about what she is currently doing, and it turned out she had to visit a Hungarian hospital due to a nasty silicone plug, Index claims. She was horrified by the circumstances there: she compared the restrooms to the scenes of a horror movie and prayed her Tetanus vaccination was up-to-date.
One of the readers of Index spotted that she referred to the Hospital of Uzsok. After her traumatic experiences there, she investigated the situation of the Hungarian healthcare, read about the insurances and the lack of physicians as well as the young doctors leaving the country and, how surprising,
she was terrified.
Check out her Instagram story in our gallery:
In her last post, she wrote she is happy to help the Hungarian healthcare system somehow, and asked her 13 million followers to contact her with their ideas if they have any. She had shown before how she could stand up for important issues, like the discrimination of LGBTQ people in societies, although she had to admit she is not sure that
discrimination is going to be erased entirely in the next five, ten or twenty years.
She previously played in Netflix’s Orange is the New Black and the film The Meg. She became the first LGBTQ hero of the DC Universe, although it was not always so easy for her to openly admit her sexual orientation.
Hopefully, Ruby enjoys her stay in Hungary, apart from her bad experiences in the hospital. Many stars visited Budapest before her this year, among others, Chuck Norris. Check out who else visited the capital in the last few years here.
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